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History of the Somerset Club 
1852-1913 



A Brief History of the 

SOMERSET CLUB 

of Boston 

With a List of Past and 

Present Members 

1852-1913 




Prepared by 

A Committee of the Club 

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COPYRIGHT, 1914- BY THE SOMERSET CLUB 



ALL RIGHTS KESI.KVED 



Preface 

It has been considered advisable to publish a brief history 
of the Somerset Club from its organization to the present 
time, a period of sixty years, that in this way the memory 
of the names and lives of many distinguished gentlemen 
of Boston who played an important part in making our 
city what it was in a former generation, and who made this 
Club one of the most distinguished social associations of 
our country, shall be held in due honor by their succes- 
sors, and that there shall be preserved the roll not only of 
our predecessors but of all those also with whom we have 
been associated. 

The preparation of this volume has been entrusted to a 
special committee by the government of the Club. 

The Club is greatly indebted to Mrs. Charles W. Amory, 
Dr. J. Collins Warren, Dr. Henry F. Sears and Mr. Charles 
F. Read of the Bostonian Society for valuable information 
concerning the houses of the Club. 



Contents 

History of the Club i 

Officers and Trustees n 

Honorary Members 16 

Distinguished Guests 17 

Past and Present Members 33 



Illustrations 

The Somerset Club 1900 Frontispiece 

Seal of the Club Title page 

A Group of Original Members 2 

The Somerset Club 1 852-1 872 4 

The David Sears House as originally built . . 6 
Centrepiece of Webster Table Service, Sheffield 

Plate 8 

Francis B. Crowninshield, First President ... 12 

Samuel Hooper, First Treasurer 14 

George T. Lyman, First Secretary 16 

Signatures of Original Members . 35 

Sears House Tablet Tailpiece 



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1852-1913 



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History of the Somerset Club 

In 1846 there existed an association of gentlemen (called 
at first the Travellers, later the Tremont Club), which 
occupied chambers in Tremont Street described as opposite 
the old Boston Museum, a playhouse. It possessed no 
restaurant, but refreshments were brought in from without 
as wanted. It consisted of forty-one members. 

These gentlemen, whose names are given below, adopted, 
September 12, 1851, the name at first of Beacon Club, soon 
changed to Somerset Club, and purchased for their new 
home the stone building on the eastern corner of Somerset 
and Beacon streets. This edifice, with the adjoining Gard- 
ner house, was built in 18 16 by Mr. David Hinckley, and 
was called the finest house in Boston at that time. Its site 
had been previously occupied by the ancient "Stone house ,, 
of Rev. James Allen of the First Church, who owned " a far 
larger part of the territory of Boston than was ever owned 
by any other individual." The Hinckley house was in- 
herited and occupied by his daughter, who married W. G. 
Hodgkinson, Esq. It was purchased of her in 183 1 by Hon. 
Benjamin W. Crowninshield, who removed at that time 
from Salem. The interior, filled with beautiful furniture, 
paintings, and statuary, is well described by his daughter, 
Mrs. J. Mason Warren, in her interesting Reminiscences 
privately published a few years ago. 

"Gleaner" (Nathaniel I. Bowditch) thus alludes to the 
Club house in one of his interesting communications in the 



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Boston Transcript, 1855, as "so well known to 'Young 
America ' for its elegant appointments, or, as devoted wives 
sitting at home might prefer to call them, its seductive 
attractions." 

After Mr. CrowninshiekTs death in 1851 the house was 
purchased by this Club and opened to members April 1, 1852. 
During its occupancy a ladies' restaurant was opened in 
connection with the Club, probably the first of its kind in 
the country. Here follows a copy of the call for the meet- 
ing of organization : — 

Boston, March 20th, 1852. 
Sir: 

The Subscribers to the Club, at the corner of Beacon 
and Somerset Streets, are requested to meet in their Club 
House, on Friday, the 26th inst., at 7 o'clock p.m., to 
receive the report of their Committee ; to establish a Con- 
stitution and By-Laws, and transact such other business as 
may come before the meeting, preparatory to occupancy. 

John D. Bates, 
For the Executive Committee. 

P.S. The Club House will be open to the families of 
members and their friends, on Wednesday the 24th inst., 
during the day and evening. 

The property was held under an instrument in the form 
of an indenture, which begins as follows: "Whereas by an 
indenture made on the Seventeenth of April in the year of 
our Lord 1852 between Francis B. Crowninshield, Esq., 
Samuel Hooper, Esq., and James Davis, the younger, 
merchant, all of the city of Boston, on the one part, and 




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Francis Bassett, Frederick H. Bradlee and David Sears, Jr., 
all of said Boston, Esquires, who executed the same on 
behalf of the members of the ' Somerset Club/" etc. 
Messrs. Crowninshield, Hooper and Davis became trustees, 
under whom the property was held for the benefit of the 
shareholders; but in 1855, 240 six per cent bonds, of #250 
each, to the amount of sixty thousand dollars, were issued, 
subject to a sinking fund of #1000 per annum, and shares 
to this amount were retired. 

After twenty years, in 1871, the Club again felt it neces- 
sary to obtain more capacious quarters, and purchased 
the Sears Mansion, 42 and 43 Beacon Street, at a cost of 
#210,000, to which it removed the following year. The old 
Club house was then sold to the Congregational Association, 
and was known as the Congregational Building. In 1896 it 
was purchased by Houghton and Dutton, who in 1904 took 
the structure down, and erected on its site the western 
corner part of their present stores. 

The land upon which the Sears Mansion was erected was 
a part of the eleven acres previously owned by John Single- 
ton Copley, the celebrated artist, and originally belonged to 
Blackstone. 

Copley speaks of it as his farm on Beacon Hill. There 
he painted many of his famous portraits. All that we know 
of the house is that it was painted yellow, and that near it 
was that of "Master Vinal" the schoolteacher, where the 
Otis house, now the residence of W. Austin Wadsworth, 
Esq., stands. 

In 1774 Copley left Boston, went to-Europe, and did not 
return. The British forces erected fortifications upon his 



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lands. In his absence his house was sold without his knowl- 
edge. In 1796 he sent his son, later Lord Lyndhurst, Lord 
High Chancellor of Great Britain, to Boston to recover his 
property. The suit was compromised by Messrs. Otis and 
Mason on payment of four thousand guineas. The date of 
the demolition of the Copley house has not been ascertained. 

Upon this Copley lot Mr. Sears built his handsome stone 
house on the line of Beacon Street, and inserted a tablet 
with the following inscription: "Mansion House, erected 
by David Sears in the year one thousand eight hundred 
and nineteen — A. Parris, architect." The ornamental 
marble tablets upon the front were carved by Solomon 
Willard, who was the architect of Bunker Hill Monument. 

The original Sears house had but one bow, with windows 
from the basement to the roof on each side of it. The en- 
trance was upon its eastern side through a courtyard lead- 
ing to a stable in the rear. There were trees in this yard, 
as well as in that on the western side of the house, and an- 
other story was added. Behind the old house (Copley's) 
stood a barn, which was converted into a temporary hos- 
pital for the wounded British officers after the battle of 
Bunker Hill. When Mr. Sears was digging the foundations 
of his house the workmen came, at a depth of several feet 
under the surface, to a gigantic moccasined foot, perhaps 
2§ feet long, broken off at the ankle, and carved from a kind 
of limestone not found in this vicinity, which he presented 
to the Boston Athenaeum, where it seems to have been lost 
sight of. 

"Even Mr. Copley would admit that the houses of 
Messrs. Sears, Parker and Appleton have more than 



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made good the two domiciles which are delineated in all the 
dignity of yellow paint on the original plan of the Mt. 
Vernon purchase. Except the old powder house we have 
seen that only these two houses (Copley's and Master 
Vinal's) appear on a plan of an Estate containing a million 
of square feet, upon which now stand probably five hundred 
houses." Gleaner y in 1855 ; vide $th Report of Record Com- 
missioners. 

Later the building was extended westward by the erection 
of an additional bow upon land adjoining belonging to the 
Harrison Gray Otis estate. (The house now standing be- 
tween the Club and the Otis Mansion, occupied by Mr. 
Richard C. Dixey, was built in 1823 by Mr. Otis, in his 
garden, for his daughter, Mrs. Ritchie.) In 1853 another 
house was built by Mr. Sears covering the courtyard of the 
mansion to the eastward, thus closing access to the stable. 
The main entrance was then changed to its present position 
facing Beacon Street. 

Before occupation by the Club certain additions were 
made to the house in the rear under the direction of Messrs. 
Snell and Gregerson, architects. The old stable was razed, 
and a large and stately dining-room was erected as an L, 
with a billiard hall above it. At right angles to it a kitchen 
was built, and in the story over it was constructed a bowl- 
ing alley. Enclosed by these structures a large and pleasant 
court was constructed, some sixty feet square. Sodded and 
surrounded by vines, shrubs and flowers, it forms a delight- 
ful outside lounging place in summer. Many changes were 
made within the old edifice to fit it for the purposes of 
a club house. In the process of reconstruction a secret 



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chamber in the attic was discovered, filled with old Madeira 
wine, stored there at an unknown period and apparently- 
forgotten by the former owner. Several dining-rooms for 
private entertainments were included in the alterations. In 
one of them, a large and beautiful room, many college class 
dinners and notable banquets have been served. Among 
its adornments may be*mentioried an immense Chinese 
punch-bowl, the gift of Mrs. Henry P. Sturgis, and the 
handsome dinner service, twenty-one pieces of Sheffield 
plate, which was brought to Philadelphia from Paris by 
Richard Rush, our Minister to France, 1 847-1 849. He 
purchased it from an old French family which was in posses- 
sion of it for fifty years. Mr. Rush had his coat of arms 
engraved upon it. He and Webster, it has been said, were 
intimate friends, and the former, knowing Webster coveted 
it, offered to sell it to him. Some of Webster's friends, 
knowing this, bought it and presented it to him, and had his 
name inscribed upon the pieces. After Webster's death, 
October 24, 1852, the "Marshfield Club," consisting of some 
twelve members of the Somerset Club, purchased a large 
part of the service and presented it to the Club. 

A ladies' restaurant was also constructed, with a separate 
entrance, on the lower floor of the western bow. In 1872, 
when the Club first occupied their new premises, all sup- 
plies (such as coal, ice, provisions) and ashes, were carried 
through a passage from the rear of No. 43 Beacon to Spruce 
Street. Complaint having been made to the Supreme 
Court that although the estate No. 43 owned a right of 
way to Spruce Street, estate No. 42 had no such right, there- 
fore the Supreme Court granted an injunction against its 




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further use by No. 42. It thus became necessary to build 
a tunnel or subway under the house from Beacon Street to 
the rear of the Club, otherwise everything must have been 
carried through the front doors. 

During his occupancy of the mansion many distinguished 
men were entertained in it by Mr. Sears, among others 
Daniel Webster, Rufus Choate, Prescott, Everett, Motley, 
and often, before the Civil War, gentlemen from the South. 

In 1896 the adjoining house, 41 Beacon Street, formerly 
occupied by William Amory, Esq., was purchased by the 
Club and annexed. Its site was once the courtyard of the 
Sears estate. 

At the opening of the Club house, April 30, 1872, a re- 
ception was given to ladies, and its rooms were beautifully 
decorated with flowers. 

During the " Peace Jubilee" in 1872, a notable concert 
was given in the courtyard by the band of the English 
Grenadier Guards under the leadership of the well-known 
Dan Godfrey. 

The front of the building was at one time covered by the 
luxuriant growth of the Japanese vine, Ampelopsis Veitchii, 
sometimes called the Boston ivy, imported from England 
by Mr. Robert M. Pratt, perhaps its earliest introduction 
into this city. After having been for years one of the most 
attractive sights in Beacon Street, it was partly winter- 
killed, and reluctantly removed. 

Certain public events and celebrations have brought 
many notable personages to Boston from time to time, to 
whom the hospitalities of the Club have been extended, 
including several Presidents of the United States, members 




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Officers of the Club 

PRESIDENTS 

1852 Francis B. Crowninshield 
1853-55 Charles H. Warren 
1855—57 Richard S. Fay 
1857-60 David Sears, Jr. 
1860-63 Patrick Grant 
1863-66 Henry Greenough 
1866-68 Henry P. Sturgis 
1868-72 Nathaniel P. Russell 
1872-76 J. Nelson Borland 
1876-81 Nathaniel W. Curtis 
1881-82 T. Jefferson Coolidge 
1882-83 Francis W. Palfrey 
1883-88 Jacob C. Rogers 
1888-93 Frederick W. Bradlee 
1893-96 John A. Loring 
1 896-1901 E. Rollins Morse 
1901-05 Eugene V. R. Thayer 
1905-11 Walter C. Baylies 
191 1 Arthur Lithgow Devens 

treasurers 

1852 Samuel Hooper 
1853—57 George T. Lyman 
1857—58 Harrison Ritchie 
i8 5 8_ 59 William B. Rice 
1859-60 Henry Whitwell 
1860-61 Edward W. Codman 
1861-63 George B. Chase 
1863-66 Francis S. Fiske 
1866-68 Benjamin C. Mifflin 
1868-69 Franklin Burgess 



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1869-70 William P. Fay 
1870-71 Franklin Burgess 
1871-72 Albert F. Heard 
1872-76 Robert M. Pratt 
1876-77 Nathaniel Thayer, Jr. 
1877-81 Benjamin E. Morse 
1881-87 James Jackson 
1887-88 Francis C. Loring 
1888-89 Charles Whitney 
1889-95 John T. Linzee 
1895-97 Thomas S. Edmands 
1897-1911 Arthur Lithgow Devens 
191 1 James Lawrence, Jr. 

SECRETARIES 

1852 George T. Lyman 
1853-57 Harrison Ritchie 
1857-59 Charles R. Codman 
1859-61 John D. Bates, Jr. 
1861-64 H. Gardiner Gorham 
,o£ c- ( H. Gardiner Gorham 

1864-^5 1 Ives G Bates 

1865-66 Ives G. Bates 

1866-68 Robert M. Pratt 

1868-69 William P. Fay 

1869-70 Franklin Burgess 

1870-71 William P. Fay 

1871-73 J. Lewis Stackpole 

1873-81 Hall Curtis 

1881-82 George M. Barnard, Jr. 

1882-87 Francis C. Loring 

1887-91 Robert Grant 

1891-92 George S. Dabney 

1892-95 Edward B. Haven 

1895-96 f Samuel Hammond, Jr. 

1896 \ Samuel Hammond 

Mr. George Hill entered the service of the Club in 1855, and was its able 
Superintendent from 1866 to 1906. 




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Trustees 

1852 

F. B. Crowninshield 
Samuel Hooper 
James Davis, Jr. 

1869 
Samuel Hooper 
James Davis 
F. O. Prince 

1875 
James Davis 
F. O. Prince 
George P. Upham 

1882 
F. O. Prince 
George P. Upham 
William S. Dexter 

1898 
George P. Upham 
William S. Dexter 
Robert Grant 

1902 
William S. Dexter 
Robert Grant 
Nathaniel Thayer 

1909 
Robert Grant 
Nathaniel Thayer 
Charles Francis Adams, 2d 

1911 
Robert Grant 
Charles Francis Adams, 2d 



Honorary Members 



Daniel Webster 


1853 


Isaac P. Davis 


1853 


Louis Agassiz 


1863 


Charles H. Warren 


1863 


Jared Sparks 


1864 


Thomas Motley, Jr. 


1864 


Benjamin Peirce 


1864 


John H. Clifford 


1864 


James Jackson, M.D. 


1865 


WOLCOTT GlBBS 


1865 


George M. Lane 


1865 


Wm. Aspinwall 


1868 


Hon. G. S. Hillard 


1875 


Edward T. Nichols 


1875 



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Resident officers in command of Navy Yard 
(Charlestown) and Harbor (Boston) forti- 
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Distinguished Guests 



Distinguished Guests 

PRESIDENTS OF THE UNITED STATES 

1867 Andrew Johnson 

1877 Rutherford B. Hayes 

1882 Chester A. Arthur 

1893 Grover Cleveland 

1899 William McKinley 

1 901, 1909 Theodore Roosevelt 

1909 William H. Taft 

ROYALTIES 

i860 Lord Renfrew (Prince of Wales) with suite, Lord Lyons, 
British Minister, Duke of Newcastle, Earl of St. Ger- 
mans, Major General Robert Bruce, Marquis of Chan- 
dos, Dr. Acland. 

1 871 His Imperial Highness Grand Duke Alexis of Russia and 
suite. His Excellency C. Catacazy, Russian Minister. 
Count Shouvaloff. 

1893 His Imperial Highness Grand Duke Alexander of Russia 
and suite. 

1896 H.R.H. the Duke of the Abruzzi, Italy. 

1902 His Royal Highness Prince Henry of Prussia and suite. 

1902 His Royal Highness the Crown Prince of Siam. 

1909 His Imperial Highness Prince Kuni and Staff, Tokio. 

1910 His Imperial Highness Prince Fushimi, Japan. 

REPRESENTATIVES OF FOREIGN GOVERNMENTS 

1856 Le Comte de Sartiges, French Minister. 

1857 His Excellency Lord Napier, England. 
1857 Van Limburg, Netherlands Minister. 

1 861 His Excellency Sir E. W. Head, Governor General of 

Canada. 
1 861 His Excellency M. Mercier, Envoy Extraordinary of 

His Imperial Majesty, the Emperor of the French. 



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1862 Earl of Mulgrave, Governor of Nova Scotia. 

1863 His Excellency Lord Lyons, British Minister. 

1866 Marquis of Lorne, England. 

1867 Baron Ostensaken, Washington. 

1869 Sir Edward Thornton, British Minister. 

1869 Count Esterhazy, Austrian Legation. 

1872 Count Corti, Italian Minister. 

1872 Mr. Steverson, Swedish Minister. 

1872 Baron Von Hengelmuller, Austrian Legation. 

1872 Count Arco, German Legation. 

1872 Count Arnim, German Legation. 

1872 Le Baron H. d'Offenberg, Russian Envoy. 

1872 Antonio Flores, Minister of Equador. 

1872 Spanish Minister. 

1872 Minister of the Netherlands. 

1872 Minister of Turkey. 

1872 Minister of Portugal. 

1872 Austrian Envoys. 

1872 Swedish Minister. 

1872 Marquis de Noailles, French Minister. 

1872 Von Schlozer, German Minister. 

1874 J. de Hegerman Lindercron, Danish Minister. 

1874 Earl of Dufferin, Governor General of Canada. 

1875 J. L. Aristarchi Bey, Ottoman Minister. 
1878 The Russian Minister, Washington. 

1882 De Bille, Danish Minister, Washington. 

1882 Baron Schaeffer, Envoy Extraordinary, Austria. 

1883 J. Frederico Elmore, Peruvian Minister. 

1883 Min Yong ik, Envoy Extraordinary, Corea. 

1884 Theodore Roustan, French Minister. 

1884 Count Lippe Weissenfeld, Austrian Charge. 

1884 Don Juan Velera, Spanish Minister. 

1885 Mr. Reuterskyold, Swedish Minister. 

1886 Sir Lionel Sackville-West, British Minister. 
1886 Baron Rosen, Russia. 

1886 Jushii Kuki Rinichi, Envoy Extraordinary, Japan. 

1889 Count Grenville, Charge, Austrian Legation. 

1890 Sir Julian Pauncefote, British Minister. 
1892 De Struve, Russian Minister. 

1892 Senor Don Guzman, Nicaraguan Minister. 



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1894 M. de Patenotre, French Minister. 
1896 Baron Thielmann, German Ambassador. 

1896 Baron Hermann, German Embassy. 

1897 Graf Von Goetzen, German Embassy. 

1897 Lt. General Sir George Digby Baker, Gov. of Bermuda. 

1898 His Excellency T. Von Holleben, German Ambassador. 
1898 His Excellency Taru Hoshi, Japanese Minister. 

1898 Earl of Aberdeen, Governor-General of Canada. 

1900 Baron Speck Von Sternburg, German Ambassador. 

1 901 M. Jules Cambon, French Ambassador, Washington. 
1901 Kogoro Takahira, Japanese Ambassador, 

1905 Sir Henry Mortimer Durand, British Ambassador. 

1906 Sir Chenbung Liang-Cheng, Chinese Minister. 

1907 Earl Grey, Governor General of Canada. 

1908 Count Moltke, Copenhagen. 

1908 Count Hermann Hatzfeldt, Washington. 

1909 His Excellency John Loudon, Minister of the Nether- 
lands. 

1912 Rt. Hon. James Bryce, British Ambassador. 



OUR AMBASSADORS AND MINISTERS 

1884 Hon. Bellamy Storer, Cincinnati. 

1890 Hon. Thomas F. Bayard, Washington. 

1907 Hon. H. H. D. Peirce, U. S. Minister to Norway. 

OFFICERS OF GOVERNMENT, CABINET, SENATORS, AND 
GOVERNORS OF STATES 

1852 Hon. George F. Hoar, Worcester. 

1856 Hon. J. H. Choate, New York. 

1858 Hon. Jefferson Davis, Secretary of War. 

1867 Hon. Wm. H. Seward, Secretary of State. 

1874 Hon. Eugene Hale, Maine. 

1874 Hon. Carl Schurz, St. Louis. 

1877 Hon. W. M. Evarts, Washington. 

1877 Governor Curtin, Pennsylvania. 

1877 Hon. Montgomery Blair, Washington. 

1880 Governor Head, New Hampshire. 

1880 Governor Van Zandt, Rhode Island. 



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1880 Governor Proctor, Vermont. 

1880 Ex-Governor William Claflin. 

1880 Ex-Governor Alexander H. Bullock. 

1880 Ex-Governor George S. Boutwell. 

1888 Hon. Charles S. Fairchild, Secretary of the Treasury. 

1 891 Hon. Thomas B. Reed, Portland. 

1893 Hon. Robert T. Lincoln, Chicago. 

1895 Hon. J. G. Carlisle, Secretary of the Treasury. 

1896 Atty. General Judson Harmon. 
1896 Hon. Wm. C Whitney, New York. 

1898 Hon. W. Murray Crane, Dalton. 

1899 Attorney-General Charles J. Bonaparte. 

1900 Hon. Wm. E. Chandler, New Hampshire. 

1901 Hon. Wayne MacVeagh, Philadelphia. 

1902 Hon. L. M. Shaw, Secretary of the Treasury. 

1902 Hon. Elihu Root, Secretary of War. 

1903 Gov. Charles Baycock, S. Carolina. 
1905 Hon. Robert Shaw Oliver, Washington. 
1910 Attorney-General George W. Wickersham. 
191 2 Gifford Pinchot, New York. 

THE UNITED STATES ARMY 

1859 Col. John B. Magruder. 

1859 General Van Rensselaer. 

1862 Major Paul J. Revere, 20th Regiment, Mass. 

!862 Le Due de Chartres, ) of Gen£ral McCIeUan , s Suff 

1862 Le Comte de Paris, j 

1862 Major General Lewis Wallace. 

1863 Major General G. B. McClellan. 
1863 Brig. General George H. Gordon. 
1865 Brig. General W. F. Bartlett. 
1865 Major General George G. Meade. 
1865 Major General Charles Devens. 
1865 Major General Daniel E. Sickles. 
1867 Major General Nelson A. Miles. 
1867 Major General Philip Sheridan. 

1867 Colonel S. Forsyth. 

1868 General George M. McCook. 
1868 Major General Alfred H. Terry. 



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1869 General Joseph R. Hawley. 
1869 General Stuart. 

1869 General Gilmore. 

1870 General F. C. Barlow. 

1870 General Donaldson. 

1 871 General Alfred Pleasonton. 

1 871 Major General H. W. Slocum. 

1871 General Chamberlain. 

1871 General Humphreys. 

1871 Major General Heintzelman. 

1871 General William Mahone. 

1873 Major General W. S. Hancock. 

1874 Major General McDowell. 
1874 General Rufus Ingalls. 
1874 General Augur. 

1874 General McMahon. 

1875 General W. T. Sherman and Staff. 
1875 General A. E. Burnside. 

1877 Major General Schofield. 
1877 General Fitzjohn Porter. 
1880 Officers of the 23d Regiment. 
1880 General S. C. Armstrong. 
1888 Major General Leonard Wood. 
1888 General J. W. Forsyth. 
1890 General Berdan. 
1893 General Horace Porter. 
1895 General J. C. Breckenridge. 

1895 Colonel O. H. Ernst, Supt. West Point Academy. 

1896 General James Longstreet. 
1907 Major General J. F. Bell. 
1909 Colonel James Parker. 
1909 Captain Archibald Butt. 



THE UNITED STATES NAVY 

1863 Commodore Cadwalader Ringgold. 

1864 Commodore H. A. Wise. 
1864 Admiral S. F. Dupont. 

1864 Captain John A. Winslow, and Officers of U.S. Steamer 
Kearsarge. 



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1865 Lieut. Command. W. B. Cushing. 

1867 Commodore John Rodgers. 

1869 Admiral David G. Farragut. 

1869 Admiral C. H. Davis. 

1 871 Admiral James Alden. 

1873 Rear Admiral Charles Steedman. 

1875 Admiral W. R. Taylor. 

1877 Rear Admiral A. T. Mahan. 

1878 Rear Admiral John C. Howell. 

1879 Rear Admiral G. H. Preble. 

1879 Admiral George Dewey. 

1880 Rear Admiral R. H. Wyman and Officers of U.S.S. Tennessee. 
1880 Rear Admiral W. S. Schley. 

1882 Commander F. S. Crowninshield. 

1889 Admiral C. P. R. Rodgers. 

1889 Admiral J. G. Walker and Officers of Squadron of Evolution. 

1889 Rear Admiral R. D. Evans. 

1890 Admiral B. Gherardi. 

1892 Rear Admiral Charles O'Neil. 

1893 Rear Admiral C. H. Davis. 

1893 Rear Admiral A. E. K. Benham and Officers of U.S.S. San 

Francisco. 
1895 Officers of U.S.S. Raleigh and Cincinnati. 

1895 Rear Admiral F. M. Bunce, and Officers of U.S.S. New 
York, Minneapolis, Raleigh and Montgomery. 

1896 Rear Admiral S. B. Luce. 

1897 Admiral M. Sicard, and Officers of U.S.S. Massachusetts, 
Iowa, New York, Texas, Indiana, Maine, Brooklyn, Dolphin. 

1898 Rear Admiral F. J. Higginson, and Officers of U.S.S. 
Massachusetts, New York, Marblehead, Badger, Machias, Detroit, 
Castine, Helene, Wilmington, Marietta, Bancroft, Topeka, Iowa. 

1899 Admiral William T. Sampson and Staff of North Atlantic 
Squadron. 

1899 Rear Admiral Fred Rodgers. 

1900 Rear Admiral N.H.Farquhar and Staff of North Atlantic 
Squadron. 

1903 Rear Admiral James H. Sands, and Officers of North Atlan- 
tic Squadron. 
1905 Captain J. R. Selfridge. 
1907 General G. F. Elliot, U.S. Marine Corps. 






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1908 Rear Admiral R. P. Rodgers. 

1908 Rear Admiral F. E. Chadwick. 

1909 Rear Admiral S. Schroeder and Staff. 
1909 Rear Admiral W. H. Brownson. 
1909 Rear Admiral John Hubbard. 

191 1 Rear Admiral Thomas B. Howard, and Officers of visiting 
Squadron. 

191 1 Rear Admiral Cameron Winslow. 

191 2 Rear Admiral W. S. Cowles. 



AUTHORS 

1852 Nathaniel Hawthorne, Concord. 
1852 William Black, England. 

1852 William M. Thackeray, London. 

1853 H. D. Labouchere, England. 

1855 George William Curtis, New York. 
1 861 Hon. J. Lothrop Motley, Boston. 
1 861 Anthony Trollope, London. 
1863 C. F. Browne (Artemus Ward). 

1 871 Justin McCarthy, London. 

1872 Edmund Yates, London. 

1873 Clarence King, San Francisco. 

1873 Wilkie Collins, London. 

1874 C. W. Benson, England. 

1874 Rev. Charles Kingsley, England. 
1874 Charles Dudley Warner, Hartford. 

1874 Henry James, Jr., Rome. 

1875 John Hay, New York. 

1879 William S. Gilbert, London. 

1880 F. Hopkinson Smith, New York. 
1880 F. Marion Crawford, New York. 
1882 Oscar Wilde, England. 

1882 George Bancroft, Washington. 

1883 E. L. Godkin, New York. 
1883 Matthew Arnold, England. 
1885 George Augustus Sala, London. 

1885 Hon. James Russell Lowell, Cambridge. 

1886 Edwin Tate, London. 
1886 Prof. R. Lanciani, Rome. 



26 Somerset Club 

1889 Rudyard Kipling, India. 

1890 Laurence Hutton, New York. 
1893 Thomas Nelson Page, Richmond. 
1893 Paul B. du Chaillu, New York. 
1895 Hall Caine, England. 

1897 George W. Smalley, London. 

1900 Ernest Seton Thompson, New York. 

1900 Winston Churchill, Cornish, N. H. 

1901 Poultney Bigelow, England. 

191 1 Richard Harding Davis, New York. 

191 1 E. Phillips Oppenheim, England. 

191 2 Owen Wister, Philadelphia. 

ARTISTS AND MUSICIANS 

1855 William W. Story, Rome. 

1857 William M. Hunt, New York. 

1858 Richard M. Hunt, New York. 
1863 Chester Harding, Springfield. 
1872 Johann Strauss, Vienna. 

1872 Daniel Godfrey, Grenadier Guards, England. 
1879 Thomas Ball, Italy. 

1879 Sir Arthur Sullivan, London. 

1880 Elihu Vedder, Rome. 

1883 Hubert Herkomer, England. 
1887 Walter Gay, Paris. 
1887 John S. Sargent, London. 
1889 Thomas Ball, Florence. 
1889 Benjamin Constant, Paris. 

1 891 Charles Dana Gibson, New York. 

1892 Augustus St. Gaudens, New York. 

1893 Alfred Parsons, England. 

1894 John LaFarge, New York. 

1898 Prince Troubetzkoy, Russia. 
1900 Georg Henschel, London. 

1902 Edwin A. Abbey, London. 

MEN OF SCIENCE 

1853—54 D R - Elisha K. Kane, Philadelphia. 
1863 Prof. A. D. Bache, Washington. 






Somerset Club 27 

1866 Dr. C. E. Brown-Sequard, Paris. 
1873 Dr. S. Weir Mitchell, Philadelphia. 
1877 Sir William Osler, M.D., Montreal. 
1877 Sir Joseph Hooker, England. 
1877 Sir Lyon Playfair, London. 

1 88 1 Mr. Reginald Harrison, Liverpool. 

1882 Dr. Morell Mackenzie, London. 

1 891 Prof. James Geikie, Edinburgh. 

1892 Dr. Abram Jacobi, New York. 

1893 S. P. Langley, Washington. 
1893 George Forbes, F.R.S., London. 
1893 Raphael Pumpelly, Georgia. 
1895 Dr. Roswell Park, Buffalo. 
1897 Prof. George Darwin, England. 
1897 Sir Malcolm Morris, London. 
1899 Sir Andrew Clarke, England. 
1903 Alex. Graham Bell, Washington. 
1907 Dr. Radcliff Crocker, London. 

1907 Geheim-Hofrath Veiel, Cannstatt. 

1908 Col. W. C. Gorgas, Panama. 

1912 Sir Bertrand Dawson, M.D., London. 



THE STAGE 

1855 G. Mario, Marchese di Candia, Paris. 
1857 Charles Matthews, London. 

1865 Charles Kean, England. 

1866 John Brougham, New York. 
1866 William J. Florence, London. 
1870 Lester Wallack, New York. 
1870 Charles Fechter, London. 

1874 E. A. Sothern, England. 

1875 Dion Boucicault, Paris. 

1876 Maurice Strakosch, Paris. 
1876 P. Brignoli, New York. 
1883 Charles Wyndham, London. 
1883 Lawrence Barrett, New York. 
1889 Constant Coquelin, Paris. 
1889 Richard Mansfield, London. 
1889 Joseph Jefferson, New York. 



28 Somerset Club 

1 891 John Hare, London. 

1892 Jean and Ed. de Retzske, Poland. 
1895 Sir H. Beerbohm Tree, London. 
1895 Sir Henry Neville, London. 
1900 George Grossmith, London. 

1900 Frederick Kerr, London. 
1902 Sir Henry Irving, London. 
1902 John Drew, New York. 
1908 Edward H. Sothern, Xew York. 

OTHER DISTINGUISHED GUESTS 

1852 Admiral Wormeley, R. N. 
1852 Thomas Baring, London. 

1852 General Gove, British Army. 

1853 Officers of Sardinian frigate San Giovanni. 

1856 George Peabody, London. 

1857 Admiral Coffin, R.X. 

1857 Hon. J. M. Mason, Virginia. 
1857 Hon. Colonel Scarlett, England. 
185S Lt. Thomas A. Catesby Jones, U.S.N. 
1859 Lord Frederick Cavendish, England. 
1859 Lord J. Cecil, Coldstream Guards. 
1862 M4.RQUIS of Hartington, England. 
1866 Duke Grazioli, Italy. 
1866 Prince Doria, Italy. 
1868 Duke of Felli, Naples. 
1870 R. S. Haliburton, Halifax. 

1872 Lt. Colonel Fludyer, Grenadier Guards, England. 
1S72 Hon. Rufus King, Cincinnati. 

1873 Sir A. T. Galt, Montreal. 

1873 A. P. Gordon-Cumming, England. 
1873 Austin Corbin. New York. 
1873 Earl of Rosebery, London. 

1873 Sam Ward, Washington. 

1874 Principal Tulloch, St. Andrews. 

1875 Lord Houghton, England. 

1876 Earl of Dunraven, Ireland. 

1876 George Cavendish-Bentinck, England. 

1877 Hon. Hamilton Fish, Xew York. 



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1878 Very Rev. A. P. Stanley, Dean of Westminster, London. 
1878 Lord Ronald Gower, England. 

1878 General di Cesnola, New York. 

1879 Henry Watterson, Louisville. 
1879 Duke of Argyle, England. 

1879 Justice Harlan, U.S. Supreme Court. 

1880 Ferdinand De Lesseps, Paris. 

1880 James Gordon Bennett, New York. 

1 88 1 Duke of Sutherland, England. 

1 88 1 Marquis of Stafford, England. 

1882 William H. Russell, London. 

1882 Duke of Newcastle, England. 

1883 Le Due de Blacas, Ottawa. 

1883 Lord Chief Justice Coleridge, England. 

1883 Sir William McCormack, London. 

1884 J. W. Pigott, Esq., London. 

1884 Hon. Seth Low, Brooklyn. 

1885 Sir John Rose, London. 

1886 Graham Balfour, London. 
1886 Baron E. Schoenberg, Austria. 
1886 Count Gozzoli, Rome. 

1886 Le Due de Luynes, France. 

1887 General E. T. Brooke, England. 

1888 Hon. T. A. Brassey, London. 

1889 Admiral Brown de Colstron and Officers of French frigate 
Arethuse. 

1890 Lord Morpeth, England. 

1890 Rear Admiral E. H. Seymour, London. 

1890 Rt. Hon. Joseph Chamberlain, England. 

1 891 Earl of Dysart, England. 
1891 Lord Hawke, England. 

1 891 Chief Justice Way, South Australia. 
1891 Hon. Wilfred Laurier, Quebec. 

1891 Lord Alfred Spencer Churchill, England. 

1892 The Duke del Monte, Italy. 

1892 Admiral d'Abel de Libran, ship Arethuse. 

1893 Marquis Imperiali, Italy. 

1893 Admiral de Lamoriaire, with French Fleet. 

1893 General Von Funke, Dresden. 

1894 Prince Lubecki, Paris. 



30 Somerset Club 

1894 Baron Rosenkrands, Copenhagen. 

1894 Vice Admiral Sir John O. Hopkins, K.C.B. and Officers of 

H.M.S.S. Blake and Tartar. 
1894 Rev. Alex. H. Vinton, Worcester. 

1894 Sir Henry Stewart Cunningham, London. 

1895 Hon. John Lee Carroll, Maryland. 

1895 M. de Mauny Talleyrand, France. 

1896 Prince Wolkonsky, St. Petersburg. 

1896 Sir William C. Windeye, Justice Supreme Court, New South 

Wales. 
1896 Prince Wrede, Vienna. 

1896 General Simon B. Buckner, Kentucky. 

1897 Judge John Davis, Washington. 
1897 General A. S. Hartwell, Honolulu. 

1897 Vice Admiral Jorjel Montt, Chilean Navy. 

1897 General William F. Cody, Nebraska. 

1897 Colonel Kingscote, Halifax. 

1897 Comte des Garets Quiras, France. 

1897 Capt. R. P. Humpage and Officers of H.M.S. Pallas. 

1897 Lord Granville Gordon, London. 

1897 Capt. Montague C. Norman, London. 

1897 Prince Brancacceo, Italy. 

1897 Count de Brazza, Italy. 

1898 Prof. W. M. Lindsay, Oxford. 

1898 Mat. General R. H. Cunliffe, England. 

1898 Comte de Rothy and suite, Belgium. 

1898 Sir William C. Van Horne, Montreal. 

1898 Lord Thurlow, London. 

1898 Mat. General F. G. Berkeley, England. 

1898 Sir William Markby, London. 

1898 Dr. A. V. Dicey, Oxford. 

1898 Prof. B. L. Gildersleeve, Baltimore. 

1898 Lord Herschell, England. 

1899 His Excellency the Duke d'Arcos. 

1899 Rt. Hon. C. Palles, Lord Chief Baron of Ireland. 
1899 Rt. Hon. Wm. F. Pirrie, Belfast, Ireland. 
1899 Sir Henry Burdett, London. 

1899 Sir Charles N. E. Eliot, England. 

1900 Henri de Regnier, Paris. 
1900 James Loeb, New York. 






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1900 Lord William Seymour, London. 

1900 Monsignor Doane, Newark, N. J. 

1900 A. W. Gore, England. 

1900 Austen G. Fox, New York. 

1900 Vice Admiral Sir F. G. D. Bedford, England. 

1900 Prof. John F. Woodhull, Columbia University. 

1900 Augustine Heard, Washington. 

1 901 Alfred Von Nostitz-Wallwitz, Dresden. 
1901 Colonel H. St. John Mildmay, London. 
1901 Archdeacon of Monmouth, England. 

1 901 Truxton Beale, Washington. 

1901 Lord Channing of Wellingborough, M.P., England. 

1 901 Prince Henri de Croy, Belgium. 

1902 General Fitzhugh Lee, Richmond. 
1902 Henry Fairfax, Virginia. 

1902 Marquis Spinola, Rome. 
1902 Count Giovanni Costa, Italy. 

1902 Due de Loubat, Paris. 

1903 Richard Watson Gilder, New York. 
1903 Dr. Wilfred I. Grenfell, Oxford. 
1903 Baron R. de Rothschild, Paris. 

1903 W. R. Harper, President Chicago University. 

1903 N. M. Butler, President Columbia University. 

1903 G. Stanley Hall, President Clark University. 

1903 Bent. I. Wheeler, President University of California. 

1903 George Harris, President Amherst College. 

1903 William J. Tucker, President Dartmouth College. 

1903 W. F. Slocum, President Colorado College. 

1903 Ira Remsen, President Johns Hopkins University. 

1903 Colonel R. H. Pratt, Carlisle Indian School. 

1903 E. A. Alderman, President Tulane University. 

1903 General H. C. Corbin, Washington. 

1903 Sir Colin C. Scott-Moncrieff, London. 

1903 Sir Gilbert T. Parker, Nassau. 

1903 Sir Algernon Coote, London. 

1903 Lt. Colonel the Earl of Denbigh, London. 

1903 Lt. General J. W. Laurie, London. 

1903 Lord Ribblesdale, London. 

1903 Sir John Dickson Poynder, London. 

1903 Alfred Moseley, M.P., England. 






32 Somerset Club 

1903 Prof. H. E. Armstrong, England. 

1904 Lord Monson, England. 

1904 Maj. General the Earl of Dundonald, Canada. 

1904 Hon. Cosmo Gordon-Lennox, London. 

1904 Rear Admiral Rivet and Officers of Cruiser Dupliere. 

1904 Earl of Euston, England. 

1904 Lord Claud Hamilton, England. 

1904 Rt. Rev. Bishop Potter, New York. 

1904 Hon. Franklin Murphy, New Jersey. 

1904 General Von Loewenfeld, Germany. 

1904 Count Von Schmettow, Germany. 

1905 Sir Charles Wentworth Dilke, London. 
1905 Hon. Charles Napier Lawrence, London. 
1905 Viscount St. Cyres, London. 

1905 Sir Charles Rivers Wilson, London. 

1905 Prince Koudacheff, St. Petersburg. 

1905 Admiral Sir Edward H. Seymour, London. 

1905 Surgeon General S. Seekuzi, Japanese Navy. 

1905 Baron Schoenberg, Austria. 

1906 His Excellency Tai Hung Chi, Imperial Commissioner. 
1906 His Excellency Juan Fong, Imperial Commissioner. 

1906 Count Gleichen, London. 

1907 Sir Horace Curzon Plunkett, Dublin. 

1907 Monseigneur le Comte Vayde Voya, Budapest. 

1907 Prof. Paul Vinogradoff, Oxford. 

1907 Gilbert Murray, England. 

1907 Captain Simonetti Car and Officers of Italian cruiser Varese. 

1907 Admiral Sir A. H. Markham, England. 

1908 U. S. Grant, Washington. 

1908 Admiral Sir Lewis Beaumont, London. 

1908 Lord Revelstoke, London. 

1909 Admiral Z. D. Baraudon and Staff, German Navy. 
1909 Prince San Faustino, Italy. 

191 1 Count Von Bernstoff, Washington. 

191 1 Comte de Chambrun, Washington. 

191 2 Sir William Ramsay, England. 



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Note. — Owing to the fact that the early records of the club are incomplete, 
data regarding certain members are not recorded. Symbols indicate as follows: — 
— Present Membership, f Resigned, * Deceased, o No Data. 



Abbott, Henry W. 


Boston 




1852— i879t 


Amory, Charles 


Boston 


1852 


-1874— 1884! 


Amory, James S. 


Boston 




1852— 1884* 


Amory, Thomas C. ._, 


Boston 




1852—1889* 


Appleton, NathanI 


Boston 




1852— 1861* 


Appleton, Samuel A. 


Boston 




1852— 1865* 


Appleton, Thomas G. 


Boston 


1852 


-1872— 1884* 


Appleton, William, Jr. 


Boston 




1852— 1877* 


Austin, Edward 


Boston 




1852— i86 5 f 


Austin, James T. 


Boston 




1852—1865! 


Ames, Samuel 


Boston 




1853— i86 5 f 


Amory, William 


Boston 


1855 


-1872— 1888* 


Appleton, Charles H. 


Boston 




1856— 1873* 


Amory, George W. 


Boston 


1861 


-1875— 1899* 


Anderson, John F. 


Boston 




1861 — 1902* 


Arklay, David 


Boston 




1862— 1865 f 


Amory, Arthur 


Boston 


1865 


-1895 — 191 1* 


Ames, Joseph 


Boston 




1865— 


Appleton, Nathan, Jr. 


Boston 




1865— 1906* 


Amory, William, Jr. 


Boston 




1865 — 1907* 


Adams, John Quincy 


Boston 




1866— 1894* 


Amory, Frederick 


Boston 




1867— 


Amory, Copley 


Boston 




1868— 1879* 


Appleton, Francis H. 


Boston 




1870— 


Amory, E. Linzee 


Boston 




1870 — 1911* 


Amory, Charles W. 


Boston 




1871— 1913* 


Adams, Brooks 


Boston 


1871 


-1913— 


Abbott, J ere 


Boston 




1872— 1893! 


Abbott, Josiah G. 


Boston 




1872— 1876! 


Adams, Charles Francis 


Boston 




1872 — 1879! 


Adams, Charles Francis, Jr. 


Boston 




1872— 


Amory, Francis I. 


Boston 




1872— 


Andrews, F. W. 


Boston 




1872 — 1903* 


Appleton, William, Jr. 


Boston 




1872— 


Arklay, Patrick 


Boston 




1872— 18741 


Austin, Ivers J. 


Boston ' 




1872—1876! 


Abbott, S. A. B. 


Boston 




1872 — 1912! 


Ames, Albert T. B. 


Boston 




1872—1879! 



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Somerset Club 



Austin, Charles L. 
Andrews, E. R. 
Agassiz, Alexander 
Audenreid, George A. 
Andrew, John F. 
Amory, Harcourt 
Ames, Frederick L. 
Abbott, Marshall K. 
Allan, Hugh A. 
Allan, John S. 
Andrew, Henry H. 
Allan, Bryce J. 
Adams, Edward L. 
Abbot, George 
Amory, Charles B. 
Agassiz, George R. 
Adams, George Caspar 
Appleton, Francis R. 
Ames, Oliver, 2d 
Amory, Robert 
Amory, Copley 
Appleton, Randolph M. 
Agassiz, Maximilian 
Abbott, Gordon 
Abbott, Walter 
Abbott, Grafton St. L. 
Appleton, James W. 
Adams, Charles F., 2d 
Abbott, Franklin P. 
Amory, William, 2d 
Agassiz, Rodolphe L. 
Amory, Arthur, Jr. 
Abbott, Holker 
Atkinson, Edward W. 
Adams, Arthur 
Ames, John S. 
Ames, F. Lothrop 
Amory, Ingersoll 
Adams, Henry, 2d 
Amory, George G. 
Anderson, Larz 
Allen, Freeman 
Aspinwall, William H. 
Ames, Hobart 

Barstow, S. Forrester 
Bassett, Francis 
Bates, Edward C 



Boston 


1872-1893 — 1912! 


Boston 


1874—1876! 


Cambridge 


1875 — 1910* 


Philadelphia 


1877— i887t 


Boston 


1877-1895* 


Boston 


1879— 


Boston 


1881— 1893* 


Boston 


1 88 1— 1899* 


Montreal 


1882—1896! 


Montreal 


1882—1893! 


Boston 


1883— 


Boston 


1884— 


Boston 


1885—1895! 


Boston 


1885—1901! 


Boston 


1885— 


Boston 


1887-1901— 


Boston 


1888— 1900* 


Ipswich 


1888— 


No. Easton 


1888— 


Boston 


1888— 1910* 


Boston 


1 888-1 902— 


Ipswich 


1888— 


Boston 


1889— 


Boston 


1890 — 


Boston 


1890 — 


Concord 


1891-1913— 


Ipswich 


1893- 


Boston 


1893— 


Wellesley Hills 


1893— 


Boston 


1896— 


Boston 


1896— 


Boston 


1896— 1898* 


Wellesley Hills 


1898— 


Boston 


1901 — 1903* 


Boston 


1903— 


No. Easton 


1904— 


No. Easton 


1904— 


Boston 


1904— 


Boston 


1904— 


Boston 


1906 — 


Boston 


1910 — 


Boston 


1910 — 1912! 


Boston 


1912 — 


No. Easton 


1912 — 


Boston 


1852—1872! 


Boston 


1852—1865! 


Boston 


1852— 1865! 



Somerset Club 



37 



Bates, Ives G. 


Boston 


1852— 


i86 5 t 


Bates, John D. 


Boston 


1852— 


1865* 


Belknap, Andrew E. 


Boston 


1852— 


i86 5 f 


Bethune, John M. 


Boston 


1852— 


1873* 


Bethune, George A. 


Boston 


1852— 


1886* 


Bigelow, George T. 


Boston 


1852-1872— 


1878* 


Blanchard, Edward, Jr. 


Boston 


1852— 


i86 5 f 


Blake, George Baty 


Boston 


1852-1872-1875— 


1884* 


Bordman, William H. 


Boston 


1852— 


1872* 


Bowditch, J. Ingersoll 


Boston 


1852— 


i865f 


Bradlee, Frederick H. 


Boston 


1852— 


i88 4 f 


Bradlee, James B. 


Boston 


1852— 


1872* 


Brewer, Gardner 


Boston 


1852-1872— 


1874* 


Brooks, Gorham 


Boston 


1852— 


1855* 


Bryant, Henry 


Boston 


1852— 


1867* 


Bullard, William S. 


Boston 


1852-1872 — 


i8 7 6f 


Brimmer, Martin 


Boston 


1 852-1 872 — 


1896* 


Bayley, James 


Boston 


1852— 


1865* 


Boott, Kirk 


Boston 


1852-1872— 


1879* 


Bullard, Stephen H. 


Boston 


1 85 2-1 872— 


1873* 


Bush, F. T. 


Boston 


1852— 


i86 5 f 


Bartlett, Sidney 


Boston 


1852— 


i86 5 f 


Brooks, Francis 


Boston 


1854-1872-1882— 


1 891* 


Brooks, Peter C, Jr. 


Boston 


1855— 


1880* 


Binney, Amos 


Boston 


1855— 


i86 5 t 


Bayley, John P. 


Boston 


1856— 


1880* 


Barstow, George F. 


Boston 


1857-1893— 


1907* 


Bates, J. D. Jr. 


Boston 


1857— 


i86 5 t 


Barstow, John S. 


Boston 


1858-1872— 


1881* 


Braggiotti, Francis 


Boston 


1859-1880— 


1893* 


Bradlee, Frederick W. 


Boston 


i860— 




Brooks, Shepherd 


Boston 


1862— 


i879t 


Belknap, Henry 


Boston 


1863-1874— 


1909* 


Bigelow, Horatio 


Boston 


1863— 


i8 7 6f 


Bradlee, Josiah 


Boston 


1863-1872— 


1902* 


Brooks, Henry C. 


Boston 


1863- 


1886* 


Browne, Causten 


Boston 


1863- 


i886f 


Barstow, Daniel H. 


Boston 


1864-1872-1875— 


1891* 


Barnard, George M., Jr. 


Boston 


1864— 


1898* 


Blagden, Edward R. 


Boston 


1864— 


I8 7 2f 


Bowditch, Eben F. 


Framingham 1864— 


1891* 


Ballou, Murray R. 


Boston 


1864— 


i8 7 6f 


Barnard, Joseph T. 


Boston 


1864— 


•i8 74 t 


Boyden, Charles 


Boston 


1865— 


1881* 


Bradford, John H. 


Boston 


1865- 


1908* 


Brooks, Sidney 


Boston 


1865— 


i86 9 f 


Bacon, William B. 


Boston 


1865— 


i88 3 t 


Burgess, Franklin 


Boston 


1865- 


-1880* 



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Somerset Club 



Burgess, Thomas 


Boston 




1866— 18771 


Borland, J. Nelson 


Boston 




1866— 1890* 


Butler, Peter 


Boston 


1868 


-1881—1884! 


Bigelow, Henry J. 


Boston 




1868— 1890* 


Blake, Henry J. 


Boston 




1868—1876! 


Bardwell, Josiah 


Boston 




1868— 1875! 


Boit, Edward D., Jr. 


Boston 


1868 


-1887— 


Bowen, Holder B. 


Providence 


1871 


-1905 — 1911* 


Bowditch, Edward 


Boston 




1871—1872! 


Bartlett, Francis 


Boston 




1871 — 1913* 


Burnham, John A. 


Boston 




1871— 1883* 


Beebe, J. Arthur 


Boston 




1871— 


Bigelow, William S. 


Boston 




1871— 


Bacon, Francis 


Boston 




1872— 1877! 


Baldwin, George W. 


Boston 


1872 


-1899— 


Bangs, Edward 


Boston 




1872 — 1894* 


Bangs, George P. 


Boston 




1872 — 1893* 


Barnard, George M., Sr. 


Boston 




1872 — 1874! 


Bartlett, John 


Boston 




1872—1875! 


Bailey, Dudley H. 


Boston 




1872— 1881! 


Brooks, Peter C. 


Boston 




1872— 1880! 


Bird, A. Sigourney 


Boston 




1872 — 1894* 


Blanchard, John A. Jr. 


Boston 


1872 


-1875—1885* 


Borland, M. Woolsey 


Boston 




1872 — 1891! 


Borland, John 


Boston 




1872 — 1893* 


Bradlee, Dudley H. 


Boston 




1872— 1875! 


Bradlee, Nathaniel J. 


Boston 




1872— 1876 


Browne, Edward I. 


Boston 




1872 — 1901* 


Brown, J. Murray 


Boston 




1872 — 1908* 


Burnham, John A., Jr. 


Boston 




1872 — 1910* 


Barnard, C. Inman 


Boston 




1872 — 1874! 


Blake, James H. 


Boston 




1872— 1889* 


Bigelow, Erastus B. 


Boston 




1872 — 1879! 


Braem, Henri M. 


New York 




1872 — 1879! 


Bronson, Frederick 


New York 




1872— 1889! 


BOARDMAN, T. DENNIE 


Boston 




1872— 


Bremer, William M. 


Boston 




1873— 1877! 


Boardman, Edwin A. 


Boston 




1873— 1899* 


Breck, T. F. 


Springfield 




1873—1875! 


Burgess, Arthur 


Boston 




1874— 1883! 


Bigelow, George T., Jr. 


Boston 




1874— 1879! 


Bigelow, Joseph S. 


Boston 


1874- 


-1888— 


Blagden, Samuel P. 


New York 




1875— 1893! 


Burnett, Henry 


Boston 




1875— 


Bryant, John 


Boston 


1 876-1900 — 1908* 


Bremer, John L. 


Boston 




1877— 1896* 


Bush, S. Dacre 


Boston 




1877— 


Beal, Thomas P. 


Boston 


1878- 


-1895- 



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Bryant, Henry 


Boston 


1878-1889— 1904* 


Burnham, William A. 


Boston 


1879— 


Borland, John 


Boston 


1879-1893— 1893* 


Bliss, William 


Boston 


1880 — 1907* 


Bacon, William B., Jr. 


Boston 


1880— i892f 


Beebe, E. Pierson 


Boston 


1881— 


Burnham, Henry D. 


Boston 


1881— 


Bird, Edward V. 


Boston 


1882— 


Bullard, William N. 


Boston 


1882— 


Bullard, Stephen 


Boston 


1882 — 1909* 


Burgess, Sidney W. 


Boston 


1883—1884 


Blake, Arthur W. 


Boston 


1883—1887! 


Browne, T. Quincy 


Boston 


1883 — 1910! 


Blake, Francis 


Boston 


1883— 1913* 


Bliss, Chester W. 


Boston 


1884— 


Bowen, John T. 


Boston 


1884— 


Brewster, William 


Boston 


. 1884— 


Borrowe, Samuel 


New York 


1884— 1896* 


Beebe, Franklin H. 


Boston 


1885— 


Bryant, William S. 


Boston 


1885— igo3t 


Bacon, Robert 


Boston 


1885— 


Burr, I. Tucker, Jr. 


Boston 


1885— 


Bigelow, Albert S. 


Boston 


1886— 


Baring, Thomas 


London 


1886— 1892! 


Borland, William G. 


Boston 


1887-1901 — 


Baylies, Walter C. 


Boston 


1887— 


Bowen, James W. 


Boston 


1887— 


Butler, Sigourney 


Boston 


1887— 1898* 


Barger, Samuel F. 


New York 


1888— 


Boit, Robert A. 


Boston 


1889— 


Binney, William, Jr. 


Providence 


1889— i894f 


Barroll, Thomas D. 


Boston 


1889—1897! 


Braggiotti, Isidore 


Boston 


1889— 


Barnes, Thurlow Weed 


New York 


1890— i895f 


Brooks, Edward 


Boston 


1891-1913 — 1913* 


Brooks, Frederick 


Boston 


1891— 


Brooks, Henry 


Boston 


1891 — 18971 


Burr, Winthrop M. 


Boston 


1892—1893! 


Bradlee, Thomas S. 


Boston 


1892 — 


Bowditch, Ernest W. 


Boston 


1892— 


Blaine, Emmons 


Augusta 


1892 — 1892* 


Blake, William P. 


Boston 


1892 — 


Balch, Joseph 


Boston 


1892 — 


Brooks, Lawrence 


Boston 


1892 — 19071 


Braggiotti, Francis, Jr. 


Boston 


1893— 1898* 


Browne, H. W. C. 


Boston 


1893— 


Bangs, Francis R. 


Boston 


1893— 


Bates, Samuel W. 


Boston 


1895- 



40 



Somerset Club 



Bates, Waldron 
Blake, George Baty 
Blake, Francis S. 
Bradlee, Frederick J. 
Bradford, John H., Jr. 
Bangs, Outram 
Burnett, John T. 
Beal, William F. 
Blake, Henry S. 
Bullock, Augustus G. 
Bullard, John T. 
Burnham, John A., Jr. 
Boardman, Reginald 
Boyden, Charles 
Burr, Heman M. 
Blake, Benjamin S. 
Blanchard, John A. 
Blake, J. A. L. 
Beal, Boylston A. 
Brown, Philip L. 
Barlow, Robert S. 
Burnham, William A., Jr. 
Barton, Charles S. 
Blanchard, Harold 
Bigelow, William De F. 
Bigelow, Albert F. 
Barlow, Charles L. 
Bowditch, Nathaniel I. 
Bowditch, John P. 
Bird, Charles S. 
Brooks, Gorham 
Burr, Allston 
Bigelow, Henry B. 
Bigelow, Cleveland 
Bigelow, Joseph S., Jr. 
Bremer, J. Lewis 
Bowditch, Alfred 
Burnham, Frederick M. 
Barton, George S. 
Barnes, Charles B., Jr. 
Boardman, Edwin A. 
Bacon, Louis 
Blanchard, Archibald 
Boit, John E. 

Codman, Edward 
Codman, John 
Codman, Robert 



Boston 


1895 — 1909* 


Boston 


1897— 


Boston 


1897— 


Boston 


1897— 


New York 


1897— 


Boston 


1897— 


Southborough 


1897- 


Boston 


1898 — 1912! 


Boston 


1898— 


Worcester 


1898— 


New Bedford 


1899— 


Boston 


1899— 


Boston 


1900 — 


Boston 


1903— 


Boston 


1904— 


Boston 


1904— 


Boston 


1904— 


Boston 


1904— 


Boston 


1904— 


Waltham 


1904— 


Boston 


1904— 


Boston 


1906 — 


Worcester 


1906 — 


Boston 


1908 — 


Boston 


1908 — 


Boston 


1908 — 


Boston 


1908 — 


Framingham 


1909— 


Framingham 


1909— 


Walpole 


1910 — 


Boston 


1910 — 


Boston 


1910 — 


Boston 


1910 — 


Boston 


1910 — 


Boston 


1910 — 


Boston 


1910 — 


Boston 


1911 — 


Boston 


1911 — 


Worcester 


1911 — 


Boston 


1912 — 


Beverly Farms 


1912 — 


Boston 


1912 — 


Boston 


1912 — 


Boston 


1913— 


Boston 


1852— 1862* 


Boston 


1 852-1 872— i874t 


Boston 


1852—1875! 






Somerset Club 



41 



Codman, Francis 


Boston 




1852— 1859* 


Coolidge, John T. 


Boston 




1852— 1889* 


Coolidge, Joseph S. 


Boston 


185: 


J-1872— 1887* 


Crafts, Royal A. 


Boston 




1852— 1864* 


Crowninshield, Edward A. 


Boston 




1852 — 1859* 


Crowninshield, Francis B. 


Boston 




1852— i865f 


Crowninshield, George C. 


Boston 




1852 — 1865! 


Curtis, George T. 


Boston 




1852—1865! 


Curtis, Thomas B. 


Boston 185. 


1-1874-11 1 ■ 


Cary, Edward M. 


Boston 




1852— 1869! 


Codman, James M. 


Boston 




1852— i888f 


Codman, Charles R. 


Boston 




1854—1865! 


Codman, William C. 


Boston 




1854— i865f 


Cary, Thomas G. 


Boston 




1855— i885f 


Codman, Edward W. 


Boston 




1855— 1904* 


Codman, Arthur Amory 


Boston 




1855— i86sf 


Chickering, Thomas E. 


Boston 




1856—1865! 


Coolidge, T. Jefferson 


Boston 




1856— 


Curtis, Daniel S. 


Boston 


1 856-1 ■: is-: 


Curtis, Thomas J. 


Boston 




1856— 1865 f 


Cary, Richard 


Boston 




1856— 1865* 


Chase, Theodore 


Boston 




1857— 1894* 


Chase, George B. 


Boston 


1857 


-1872— 1884! 


Coolidge, John T., Jr. 


Boston 




1857— 1913* 


Crocker, William A. 


New York 




1857— i86 5 f 


Cushing, John G. 


Boston 




1859— 1881* 


Cushing, Robert M. 


Boston 




1859 — 1907* 


Curtis, Hall 


Boston 




i860 — 1906* 


Cushing, Thomas F. 


Boston 




1861 — 1902* 


Cunningham, G. Inman 


Boston 




1862— 1865* 


Codman, Ogden 


Boston 


1863 


-1885 — 1904* 


Conant, Arnold W. 


Boston 


1864 


-1878— 1884* 


Crowninshield, Caspar 


Boston 




1865— 1897* 


Crocker, Augustus 


Taunton 




1865—1874! 


Curtis, Caleb A. 


Boston 




1866 — 1903* 


Crocker, George G. 


Taunton 


1867- 


-1873— i8 7 6f 


Curtis, Nathaniel W. 


Boston 




1867— 1897* 


Curtis, Horatio G. 


Boston 


1 870-1! 


Cabot, Walter C. 


Boston 




1872—1888! 


Chadwick, Francis B. 


Boston 




1872—1885! 


Chandler, Peleg W. 


Boston 




1872— 1888! 


Child, Addison 


Boston 




1872— 1898* 


Clark, Robert F. 


Boston 




1872 — 1912* 


Clifford, John H. 


New Bedford 




1872 — 1874! 


Cobb, Charles K. 


Boston 




1872— 1875! 


Codman, Richard 


Boston 




1872— 


Crowninshield, Benjamin W. 


Boston 




1872— 1889! 


Cummins, Thomas K. 


Boston 




1872— 1891! 



42 



Somerset Club 



Curtis, Frederick 
Curtis, Greeley S. 
Curtis, James F. 
Curtis, Louis 
Cushing, George S. 
Curtis, Charles P. 
Curtis, Laurence 
Cunningham, James S. 
Curtis, Edgar C. 
Clark, Arthur H. 
Corbin, Austin 
Child, F. D. 
Cannon, LeGrand B. 
Cochrane, Alexander 
Cary, William F. 
Curtis, Benjamin R. 
Cunningham, Stanley 
Curtis, Nathaniel 
Clifford, Walter 
Clark, John M. 
Cabot, Louis 
Clapp, Channing 
Chandler, John K. 
Cotting, Charles E. 
Chapin, Henry B. 
Carey, Arthur A. 
Crocker, F. C. 
Cotting, Eugene 
Chase, William L. 
Chase, Henry S. 
Coolidge, T. Jefferson, Jr. 
Cummings, Samuel W. 
Curtis, Allen 
Curtis, Charles P., Jr. 
Cochrane, Hugh 
Curtis, Hamilton R. 
Curtis, John S. 
Clark, Frank H. 
Chase, Stephen 
Cushing, John P. 
Cutting, Walter 
Cushing, Grafton D. 
Codman, Russell S. 
Carroll, Royal P. 
Crafts, James M. 
Coolidge, Charles A. 
Codman, John, 2d 
Cheever, H. Durant 



Boston 


1872— i88if 


Boston 


1872— 1897* 


Boston 


1872— 1888* 


Boston 


1872— 


Boston 


1872— 1898* 


Boston 


1872 — 1906* 


Boston 


1872— 


Boston 


1872— 


Boston 


1872-1881— 1886* 


Boston 


1873— i8 7 8f 


Brooklyn 


1873— 1896* 




1874—1878! 


New York 


1875—1878! 


Boston 


1876— 


Boston 


1876— 1 88 1* 


Boston 


1877— 1 89 1* 


Boston 


1878—1895! 


Boston 


1878—1887! 


New Bedford 


1878— 191 if 


Boston 


1879— 1889! 


Boston 


1879- 


Boston 


1879— 1903! 


Boscawen 


1880— 1896* 


Boston 


1881— 


Boston 


1882 — 1910* 


Boston 


1882-1895 — 1901! 


Portland 


1882— 1893! 


Boston 


1884— 1887* 


Boston 


1884— 1895* 


Boston 


1885— 1885* 


Boston 


1885— 1912* 


Boston 


1886— 


Boston 


1886— 


Boston 


1886— 


Boston 


1886— 1904* 


Boston 


1886— 


Boston 


1886— 


Detroit 


1886— 1892! 


Dedham 


1887— 


Boston 


1888— 1898! 


Pittsfield 


1888— 1895! 


Boston 


1889— 


Boston 


1890 — 


New York 


1891 — 1895! 


Boston 


1891— 


Boston 


1892 — 


Boston 


1892— 1897! 


New York 


1892— 1898! 



Somerset Club 



43 



Codman, Charles G. 
Codman, Edmund D. 
Curtis, Francis G. 
Coolidge, Harold J. 
Cotting, Amos 
Curtis, Philip 
Clark, Robert J. 
Cushing, Howard G. 
Corbin, Austin, Jr. 
Coolidge, John G. 
Cabot, Henry B. 
Codman, Ogden, Jr. 
Cunningham, Henry W. 
Clark, W. Bradford 
Cobb, Charles K. 
Coolidge, Archibald C. 
Codman, Julian 
Cobb, Frederic C. 
Crowninshield, Francis B. 
Crosby, Stephen V. R. 
Codman, James M., Jr. 
Cummings, Charles K. 
Coolidge, Frederick L. 
Clifford, John H. 
Codman, Ernest A. 
Cunningham, Edward 
Codman, Alfred 
Chase, William H. 
Codman, Hugh 
Cochrane, A. Lynde 
Cabot, George E. 
Coolidge, Algernon, Jr. 
Crocker, David 
Curtis, Thomas P. 
Chapin, John R. 
Cochrane, F. Douglas 
Cushing, George M. 
Cotting, Charles E., Jr. 
Codman, John S. 
Curtis, James F. 

Dana, Edmund W. 
Dana, Stephen W. 
Davis, James, Jr. 
Derby, George 
Dexter, George M. 
Dutton, Francis L. 
Dwight, Edmund 



Boston 


1893-1905— 


Boston 


1893— 


Boston 


1894— 


Boston 


1894— 


Boston 


1894 — 1913* 


Boston 


1895 — i9oof 


Boston 


1895 — 1900! 


Boston 


1896—1897! 


New York 


1896— 


Boston 


1896— 


Boston 


1897— 


New York 


1897— 


Boston 


1897 — i9cot 


Colorado Springs 1897 — 191 2* 


Boston 


1898— 


Boston 


1898— 


Boston 


1900-1908 — 


Boston 


1900 — 


Boston 


1903— 


Boston 


1904— 


Boston 


1904— 


Boston 


1904— 


Boston 


1904 — 19061 


New Bedford 


1904— 


Boston 


1905— 


Milton 


1905— 


Boston 


1906 — 


Dedham 


1907— 


Lincoln 


1908 — 


Boston 


1908 — 


Boston 


1908 — 


Boston 


1909 — i9iof 


Boston 


1910 — 


Boston 


1910 — 


Boston 


1911 — 


Boston 


1912 — 


Boston 


1912 — 


Boston 


1912 — 


Boston 


1912 — 


Boston 


1913— 


Boston 


1852— 


Boston 


1852—1865! 


Boston 


1852—1881* 


Boston 


1852— 1867! 


Boston 


1852—1865! 


Boston 


1852— 1854* 


Boston 


1852—1865! 



44 



Somerset Club 



Dwight, Thomas 


Boston 


1852-1875— 


1876* 


Durant, Henry F. 


Boston 


1852— 


i865f 


Dexter, F. Gordon 


Boston 


1853-1863— 


i8 95 t 


Dixon, Benjamin H. 


Boston 


1853— 


I8 7 2t 


Dexter, Franklin 


Boston 


1854— 


1857* 


Devens, Arthur L. 


Boston 


1854-1859— 


1867* 


Dexter, William S. 


Boston 


1858-1863— 


1908* 


Dwight, Daniel A. 


Boston 


1859— 


1911* 


Dorr, Samuel 


Boston 


i860— 


I8 7 2t 


Dwight, Howard 


Boston 


1861— 


1863* 


Dale, Theron J. 


Boston 


1863— 


1871* 


Dale, Eben 


Boston 


1863— 


1875* 


Duncan, David 


Providence 


1 864-1 872— 





Dale, Eben, Jr. 


Boston 


1866— 


1889* 


Dexter, Arthur 


Boston 


1867— 


1897* 


Dwight, Chapman 


Boston 


1867— 


i875t 


Dexter, Frederic 


Boston 


1868— 


1895* 


Deacon, Edward P. 


Boston 


1868— 


i875t 


Dana, Samuel B. 


Boston 


1869— 


1911* 


Dehon, William 


Boston 


1870— 


1875* 


Dalton, Samuel F. 


Boston 


1871— 


1872* 


Dabney, George S. 


Boston 


1871— 


1900* 


Deland, Edward F. 


Boston 


1872— 


i8 7 6f 


Derby, Hasket 


Boston 


1872— 


i882f 


Devens, Charles, Jr. 


Boston 


1872— 


i8 77 t 


Dexter, Edward 


Boston 


1872— 


i8 7 8f 


Dexter, George 


Boston 


1872— 


1910* 


Dodge, James F. 


Boston 


1872— 


i8 7 7t 


Dabney, Walter 


Boston 


1872— 


1899* 


Denney, Clarence H. 


Boston 


1872— 




Dorr, Charles H. 


Boston 


1872— 


i8 79 t 


Dorr, George B. 


Boston 


1872— 


i876f 


Dodge, Joshua C. 


Boston 


1873— 


i88 3 f 


Dwight, Thomas, Jr. 


Boston 


1873— 


1911* 


Derby, George S. 


Boston 


1873— 


i87St 


Dixwell, George B. 


Boston 


1873— 


i88 5 t 


Dorr, William W. 


Boston 


1873— 


i8 7 6f 


Dabney, Alfred S. 


Boston 


1874— 


1911* 


Dorr, George B., Jr. 


Boston 


1874— 




Dabney, Frederick 


Boston 


1874— 


i88 4 f 


Deacon, Harleston A. 


Boston 


1875-1896— 


i8 9 8t 


Delano, Edward 


Fairhaven 


1875— 


[881* 


Dewey, George 


Charlestown 


1875— 


[8 7 8f 


Dabney, Lewis S. 


Boston 


1875— 


[908* 


Davis, Edward L. 


Boston 


1876— 


[912* 


Daland, Tucker 


Boston 


1877— 


[88 3 t 


Donner, Arthur 


Boston 


1878— 




Devens, Arthur Lithgow 


Boston 


1878— 





Somerset Club 



45 



Dove, George W. W. 
Dwight, James 
Daland, Edwin F. 
Dexter, Franklin 
Dupee, William R. 
Dana, Charles S. 
Dixey, Richard C. 
Davis, Charles, Jr. 
Dumaresq, Herbert 
Dickson, Brenton H. 
Dexter, Gordon 
Dale, William J., Jr. 
Dorr, Benjamin H. 
Dorr, Joseph 
Dexter, Philip 
Donner, Oscar W. 
Davis, Bancroft C. 
Denny, Daniel, Jr. 
Doty, George H. 
Duncan, Hon. G. A. P. 
Dabney, Frederick L. 
Dexter, George T. 
Dabney, William H. 
Dexter, Parkman 
Dalton, Henry R., Jr. 
Davis, Horatio 
Davis, Aaron 
Denney, Clarence B. 
Dickson, Brenton H., Jr. 
Davis, C. Claflin 
Dabney, George B. 
Draper, Eben S. 
Dana, Harold W. 
Dows, Tracy 
Dupee, William A. 
Davis, Livingston 
Devens, Arthur L., Jr. 
Dalton, Philip S. 
Derby, George S. 
Dabney, Alfred S., Jr. 
Dresel, Ellis L. 

Ellis, Payson P. 
Ellis, Matthias 
Everett, Henry S. 
Everett, Percival L. 
Emmons, N. H. 
Emmons, Robert W. 



Andover 


1878—1889! 


Boston 


1879- 


Boston 


1879—1888! 


Boston 


1879— 


Boston 


1880 — 1911* 


Boston 


1880— 


Boston 


1882— 


Boston 


1883— 


Boston 


1885- 


Boston 


1885 — 


Boston 


1887 — 


Boston 


1887 — 1897* 


Boston 


1 888-1 894— 


Boston 


1889—1892! 


Boston 


1890 — 


Boston 


1891 — 1911! 


Boston 


1891— 


Boston 


1892— 1896* 


Waltham 


1894— 


Boston 


1894— 


Boston 


1894— 


Boston 


1894— 


Boston 


1895 — 1897* 


Boston 


1896— 


Boston 


1896— 


Boston 


1900 — 1 9 10* 


Boston 


1900 — 


Boston 


1902 — 


Boston 


1902 — 


Boston 


1902 — 


Boston 


1903— 


Boston 


1904— 


Boston 


1904— 


New York 


1904— 


Boston 


1906 — 


Boston 


1907— 


Milton 


1908 — 


Milton 


1909— 


Boston 


1910—1913! 


Boston 


1910 — 


Boston 


1911 — 


Boston 


1856— 1863* 


Boston 


i8c;8— 1879! 


Boston 


1866— 1883! 


Boston 


1871— 1891! 


Boston 


1872— 1873! 


Boston 


1872— 1873! 



46 



Somerset Club 



Endicott, William C. 


Boston 


1872— i886f 


Eldridge, James T. 


Boston 


1872—1877! 


Ellis, William R. 


Boston 


1872—1877! 


Ellis, Edward C. 


Boston 


1873— 


Edmands, Thomas F. 


Boston 


1874 — 1906* 


Ely, Philip V. R. 


Boston 


1881— 


Edmands, Thomas S. 


Boston 


1883— 1897* 


Emerson, Frederick W. 


Newton 


1887— 1908* 


Endicott, William C, Jr. 


Boston 


1892 — 


Everett, Sidney B. 


Boston 


1893—1898! 


Eldridge, Edward H. 


Boston 


1893— 


Edmands, William 0. 


Boston 


1898 — 1900! 


Emmons, Hamilton 


Hamble (Eng.) 


1898— 


Eustis, W. E. 


Boston 


1899 — 1899! 


Emmons, R. W., 2d 


Boston 


1904— 


Fay, Richard S. 


Boston 


1852— 1865* 


Fay, Richard S., Jr. 


Boston 


1852-1864— 1882* 


Fay, Joseph S. 


Boston 


1852-1866—1893! 


Fessenden, Charles B. 


Boston 


1852-1876— 1878! 


Field, Maunsell B. 


Milton 


1858— 1865! 


Forbes, Robert B., Jr. 


Milton 


1859— i873t 


Fiske, Francis S. 


Boston 


1861— 1870! 


Fay, William P. 


Boston 


1863— 1879* 


Field, Franklin 


Boston 


1866— 1874! 


Fay, Joseph S., Jr. 


Boston 


1869 — 1912* 


Forbes, J. Murray 


Boston 


1869— 


Fay, Henry H. 


Boston 


1871— 


Fenno, Edward N. 


Boston 


1871— 


Fessenden, Sewall H. 


Boston 


1 1872— 1877! 


Field, Benjamin F. 


Boston 


1872— 1887! 


Flagg, Augustus 


Boston 


1872 — 1903* 


Foster, Francis C. 


Boston 


1872— 1879! 


French, Aaron D. W. 


Boston 


1872— 1886! 


Frothingham, Samuel 


Boston 


1872— 1872* 


Frothingham, Frederick G. 


Boston 


1872— 1897* 


Fearing, Henry S. 


Newport 


1872— 1881! 


Foster, Charles 0. 


Brookline 


1872— 1873! 


Fairchild, Charles 


Boston 


1873— 1897! 


Fox, Gustavus V. 


Washington 


1874— 1878! 


Fearing, George R. 


Boston 


1875— 1879! 


Fiske, Andrew 


Boston 


1878— 1897! 


Farnsworth, William 


Boston 


1878— 


Field, B. F., Jr. 


Boston 


1879— 1887! 


Furbish, Henry H. 


Portland 


1882— 1895! 


Fay, Dudley B. 


Boston 


1882— 


Fitz, W. Scott 


Boston 


1884 — 1900* 


Francklyn, C. G. 


Boston 


1884— 1888! 



Somerset Club 



47 



Fry, Charles 


Boston 




1886— 1910* 


Fenno, L. Carteret 


Boston 




1886— 1911* 


Fenno, J. Brooks 


Boston 




1887— 


Flagg, Elisha, 2d 


Boston 




1887— 


Fearing, Daniel B. 


Newport 




1890 — 


Ford, Edwin 


Boston 




1890 — 


Forbes, Allan 


Boston 




1897— 


Fessenden, Sewall H. 


Boston 




1902 — 


Fenno, Edward N., Jr. 


Boston 




1903— 


Fenno, Henry B. 


Boston 




1903— 


Forbes, F. Murray 


Wellesley 




1903— 


Fairchild, John C. 


Boston 




1904—1913! 


Fay, Joseph S., 3d 


Boston 




1904— 


Fearing, George R., Jr. 


Boston 




1904— 


Fay, Edward H. 


Boston 




I9°5— > 


French, Hollis 


Boston 




1906 — 


Fay, Henry H., Jr. 


Boston 




1907 — I9I2f 


Frothingham, Louis A. 


Boston 




1908 — 


Fiske, Otis D. 


Cambridge 




1908 — 


Fessenden, Russell G. 


Boston 




1908 — 


Fuller, Richard B. 


Milton 




1908 — 1910! 


Fay, Alan M. 


Boston 




1908 — 1909* 


Fay, Samuel P. 


Boston 




1911 — 


Fay, William R. 


Boston 




1911 — 


Fiske, Redington 


Needham 




1911 — 


Farnham, Frank A. 


Boston 




1912 — 


Gardner, George 


Boston 


1852 


-1872—1882! 


Gardner, George A. 


Boston 




1852— 


Gardner, John L. 


Boston 


1852 


-1872—1883! 


Gorham, H. Gardiner 


Boston 




1852— 1865* 


Gray, Francis A. 


Boston 




1852 — 1879! 


Gray, Francis C. 


Boston 




1852—1865! 


Greene, Benjamin D. 


Boston 




1852— 1862* 


Greenough, Henry 


Boston 




1852 — 1879! 


Grattan, Edmund A. 


Boston 




1853— 1865! 


Gardner, Joseph P. 


Boston 


1855- 


-1863— 1875* 


Greenough, W. W. 


Boston 


1857 


-1872— 1893! 


Green, Walter C. 


Boston 


1857- 


-1872—187=;! 


Grant, Patrick 


Boston 


1858-1872— i8gq* 


Gibson, Charles H. 


Boston 




1858— 1874! 


Goodwin, Richard C. 


Boston 




1858— 1865* 


Greenough, Joseph F. 


Boston 




1859 — 


Greene, Nathaniel G. 


Boston 




i860— 1865! 


Green, Edward H. 


Boston 




i860— 1876! 


Gardner, Henry J. 


Boston 




1863— 1881! 


Gossler, John H. 


Boston 


1863- 


-1872— 1878! 


Goodwin, Ozias 


Boston 




1864— 1877* 



48 



Somerset Club 



Griswold, John N. A. 
Green, Charles G., Jr. 
Green, Henry A. 
Gibbs, Franklin 
Gilman, William H. 
Glover, Joseph B. 
Gardner, Henry G. 
Gardner, John L., Jr. 
Greenough, Henry S. 
Gay, W. Allan 
Glidden, John M. 
Glidden, William T. 
Greene, Gardiner 
Gregerson, James R. 
Gray, Russell 
Green, Charles R. 
Greenough, Charles P. 
Greenough, Malcolm S. 
Guild, Josiah F. 
goddard, t. p. i. 
Goodman, Richard, Jr. 
Gorham, Augustus G. 
Guild, S. Eliot 
Greenleaf, Richard C, Jr. 
Gray, Edward 
Grew, Edward S. 
Grant, Robert 
Glover, Albert 
Greenough, Francis B. 
Griswold, Chester 
Gardner, George P. 
Gray, Reginald 
Greenough, Alfred 
Gordon, George H. 
Gardner, Joseph P. 
Greene, William B. 
Goddard, George A. 
Goddard, E. Ely 
Green, William L. 
Griffith, M. H. 
Gray, Francis C. 
Greenleaf, Eugene D. 
Greenleaf, Lyman B. 
Gaston, William A. 
Gilbert, Edward H. 
Gardner, William A. 
Gardner, Augustus P. 
Grant, Patrick, Jr. 



Newport 


1866-1871 — 1909* 


Boston 


1866— 1883* 


Boston 


1867— 1891* 


Boston 


1867— 1877* 


Boston 


1867— 1869* 


Boston 


1868— 1902* 


Boston 


1868— 


Boston 


1869— 1898* 


Boston 


1871— i8 79 t 


Paris 


1872 — i9o8f 


Boston 


1872—1889! 


Boston 


1872 — 1872! 


Boston 


1872— 18731 


Boston 


1872—1893! 


Boston 


1872— 


New York 


1872— i878f 


Boston 


1872—1878! 


Boston 


1872— 


Boston 


1872— i875t 


Providence 


1872 — 1893* 


Lenox 


1872-1891 — 1904! 


Boston 


1872—1885! 


Boston 


1872— 


Boston 


1873— i8 7 8f 


Boston 


1873— 1907* 


Boston 


1873— 


Boston 


1873-1881— 


Boston 


1875— 1895* 


Boston 


i8 7 S-i897t 


New York 


1877 — 1890! 


Boston 


1877— 


Boston 


1881 — 1904* 


Boston 


1882— 1884* 


Boston 


1883— 1886* 


Boston 


1883— 1886* 


Boston 


1884— i888f 


Boston 


1884— 


Boston 


1884— 1892! 


Boston 


1884— 1908! 


Boston 


1885— 1896! 


Boston 


1885 — 1904* 


Boston 


1885- 


Boston 


1885— 


Boston 


1886— 


Gilbertville 


1886— 


Boston 


1886— 


Boston 


1886— 


Boston 


1888-1901— 



Somerset Club 



49 



Goodwin, Wendell 
Griffin, Eugene 
Goodwin, William H., Jr. 
Grew, Randolph C. 
Gray, Gerald H. 
Gammell, Robert I. 
Grew, Edward W. 
Gray, Francis 
Grew, Henry S., 2d 
Gray, James C. 
Gerry, Elbridge T. 
Gerry, Robert L. 
Gerry, Peter G. 
Gray, Edward, Jr. 
Gilbert, J. H. G. 
Griffith, Henry 
Gardner, John L. 
Gray, Frederick 
Goddard, E. Shirley 
Greene, Richard W. 
Gardner, George P., Jr. 
Gay, William O. 

Hallett, Henry S. 
Hammond, Charles 
Haven, Franklin 
Hayden, William A. 
Hayward, Pelham W. 
Heard, Augustine 
Head, Charles D. 
Higginson, Charles J. 
Homer, Charles 
Hooper, Nathaniel 
Hooper, Robert 
Hooper, Robert W. 
Hooper, Samuel 
Hooper, William S. 
Howe, J. Murray 

HUNNEWELL, HORATIO H. 

Hammond, Gardiner G. 
Higginson, James A. 
Heard, John 
Hammond, Samuel 
Higginson, Henry F. 
Hooper, Frederick A. 
Henshaw, Joseph L. 

HUNNEWELL, HoLLIS 

Hubbard, Nathaniel D. 



New York 


1890—1895! 


Schenectady- 


1893— 1907* 


Boston 


1896 — 1905* 


Boston 


1897— 


New York 


1898 — i9iof 


Providence 


1898— 


Boston 


1900 — 


Boston 


1900 — 


Boston 


1 90 1 — 


Boston 


1902 — 191 if 


New York 


1903— 


New York 


1904— 


New York 


1904— 


Boston 


1904— 


Ware 


1904— 


Boston 


1904— 


Boston 


1904— 


Boston 


1905— i9o8f 


Boston 


1905— 


Worcester 


1908 — 


Boston 


1911 — 


Boston 


1 91 2 — 


Boston 


1852-1863—1868* 


Boston 


1852— 1864* 


Boston 


1852 — 1893* 


Boston 


1852— 1876* 


Boston 


1852— i86st 


Boston 


1852— i875t 


Boston 


1852—1865* 


Boston 


1852-1865—1870! 


Boston 


1852— 1881* 


Boston 


1852— 1886* 


Boston 


1852—1865! 


Boston 


1852-1872— 1885* 


Boston 


1852— 1875* 


Boston 


1852— 1863* 


Boston 


1852—1865! 


Boston 


1852-1872 — 1902* 


Boston 


1853-1890— 1903* 


Boston 


1853— 1865! 


Boston 


1854— 1875! 


Boston 


1855— 1896* 


Boston 


1855— 1865! 


Boston 


1856— 1892! 


Boston 


1856— 1865! 


Boston 


1858— 1884* 


Boston 


1859— 1865! 



50 



Somerset Club 



HUNNEWELL, FRANCIS W. 


Boston 


i860— 


Hare, Robert H. 


Boston 


1 860-1 864 — 


D'Hauteville, F. S. G. 


Newport 


i860— 


Howe, William E. 


Boston 


1862— 1875* 


Hale, Edward J. 


Boston 


1863—1896! 


Horton, William L. 


Boston 


1864-1865—1870! 


Howe, George D. 


Boston 


1 865-1 872 — 1902! 


Howe, James H. 


Boston 


1 866-1 882— 1887* 


Horton, Charles P. 


Boston 


1867 — 1906* 


Heard, Albert F. 


Boston 


1867— i8 7 5t 


Holmes, Jabez S. 


Boston 


1867— 1884* 


HUNNEWELL, ARTHUR 


Boston 


1870 — 1904* 


Hovey, Henry S. 


Boston 


1870 — 1900* 


Hovey, Joseph C. 


Boston 


1870 — 1874* 


Horton, Henry K. 


Boston 


1 870-1 878— 1887! 


Hooper, Robert C. 


Boston 


1871 — 1908* 


Hooper, Franklin H. 


Boston 


1871 — 1892* 


Higginson, Henry L. 


Boston 


1871— 


Higginson, George 


Boston 


1871—1882! 


HUNNEWELL, WALTER 


Boston 


1871— 


Hamlen, Nathaniel P. 


Boston 


1872 — 1904* 


Haven, Franklin, Jr. 


Boston 


1872 — 1908* 


Heard, George F. 


Ipswich 


1872 — 1875* 


Heard, John T., Jr. 


Boston 


1872 — 1872! 


Higginson, Francis L. 


Boston 


1872— 


Hillard, George S. 


Boston 


1872 — 1874! 


Hodges, Richard M. 


Boston 


1872— 1896* 


Hovey, George 0. 


Boston 


1872— 1876* 


HUNNEWELL, JOHN W. 


Boston 


1872 — 1874! 


Henderson, C. A. 


Boston 


1872—1873! 


Hutchinson, Emlen 


Philadelphia 


1872-1885— 1890! 


How, Charles T. 


Boston 


1872 — 1909* 


Hubbard, Aaron D. 


Boston 


1872— 1876! 


Harvey, Peter 


Boston 


1872— 1876! 


Homer, William 


Boston 


1872— 1881* 


Head, Charles 


• Boston 


1873 — 1910* 


Huntington, C. W. 


Boston 


1873— 1878! 


Haven, Edward B. 


Boston 


1873— 1909* 


Hoague, Isaac T. 


Boston 


1876— 1882! 


Hoy, James 


Charlestown 


1876— 1880! 


Hemenway, Augustus 


Boston 


1877— 


Haven, Henry C. 


Boston 


1878-1886— 


Hinckley, Robert C. 


Boston 


1878— 1879! 


Hurd, Francis W. 


Boston 


1878 — 1904! 


Hodges, Amory G. 


Boston 


1 879-1 904 — 


Hill, Alfred B. 


Boston 


1879— 1881! 


Hubbard, Charles E. 


Boston 


1880— 


Haven, George G. 


Boston 


1880— 1908* 



Somerset Club 



51 



Hooper, Arthur W. 
Hayden, Edward D. 

HUNNEWELL, HENRY S. 

Homer, Robert H. 
Harris, George R. 
Hyde, Thomas W. 
Hodges, William D. 
Heaton, Robert C. 
Hooper, William 
Hay, Alexander S. 
Haskell, Waldo C. 
Howe, Henry S. 
Hammond, Samuel, Jr. 
Hooper, Samuel H. 
Hooper, James R. 

HUNNEWELL, H. H., Jr. 

Harding, Benjamin F. 
Haven, Parkman B. 
D'Hauteville, F. V. G. 
Hammond, Charles M. 
Hammond, Edward C. 
Hammond, Gardiner G., Jr. 
Hamlen, Paul M. 
Hitchcock, Thomas, Jr. 
D'Hauteville, Paul G. 
Hoar, Samuel 
Horton, Edward M. 
Horton, Kenneth 
Hill, Arthur D. 
Higginson, Francis L., Jr. 

HUNNEWELL, FRANCIS W., 2d 
HUNNEWELL, WALTER, Jr. 

Homans, Robert 
Hoppin, Joseph C. 
Hathaway, Horatio 
Hubbard, Gorham 
Hamlin, Charles S. 
Hemenway, Augustus, Jr. 
Hathaway, Thomas S. 
Hamlin, B. Nason 
hunnewell, arnold w. 

Iasigi, Joseph 
Iasigi, Oscar 
Inches, Henderson 
Iasigi, Joseph A. 
Inches, Charles E. 
Inches, George B. 



Boston 


1881—1898! 


Boston 


1881 — 1903! 


Boston 


1881— 


Boston 


1881— 


Boston 


1883 — 1905* 


Bath 1883 


1-1893—1899* 


Boston 


1884—1890! 


Boston 


1886— 1908* 


Boston 


1886— 


England 


1886—1889! 


Boston 


1888— 1906* 


Boston 


1888— 


Boston 


1888— 


Boston 


1890 — 


Boston 


1891— 


Wellesley 


1892 — 


Boston 


1895 — 1901! 


Boston 


1896— 


Newport 


1896— 


Upper Lake, Cal. 


1897— 


New London 


1897— 


Boston 


1897— 


Boston 


1898— 


New York 


1898— 


Newport 


1898— 


Concord 


1899—1903! 


Boston 


1899 — 1904! 


Boston 


1900 — 1906! 


Boston 


1901 — 


Boston 


1903— 


Boston 


1904— 


Boston 


1904— 


Boston 


1904— 


Washington 


1906 — 


Dedham 


1906 — 


Boston 


1906 — 


Boston 


1909— 


Boston 


1909— 


New Bedford 


'■ 1910 — 


Dedham 


1912 — 


Boston 


1913— 


Boston 1852 


-1872 — 1877* 


Boston 


1872— 1884! 


Boston 


1872— 1884* 


Boston 


1872 — 1897! 


Boston 


1880— 1911* 


Boston 


1885— 



52 



Somerset Club 



Inches, John Chester 
Isham, Charles 
Inches, Henderson 

Jackson, Edward 
Jones, John Coffin 
James, George Abbot 
Joy, Charles H. 
Jackson, James 
Jackson, Charles C. 
Jackson, F. H. 
Jeffries, John, Jr. 
Jeffries, B. Joy 
Jackson, Frank 
Jeffries, William A. 
Johnson, Edward C. 
Jeffries, W. Lloyd 
Jeffries, J. Amory 
Jones, Frederick P. 
Jones, Frank W. 
Johnson, Edward 
Jackson, James 
Jackson, Henry 
Jackson, Charles 

Kidder, Henry P. 
Kimball, Frank R. 
King, George P. 
Kidder, Henry T. 
Kidder, Charles A. 
Kane, Woodbury 
Kidder, Nathaniel T. 
Kuhn, Hamilton 
Kimball, Marcus M. 
Kidder, James H. 
King, Henry P. 

Lawrence, Abbott 
Lawrence, James 
Lawrence, Samuel 
Lodge, James 
Lodge, John E. 
Loring, Francis C. 
Lowell, Francis C. 
Lowell, George G. 
Lyman, George T. 
Lyman, George W. 
Lyman, Joseph 



Boston 


1885— 1901* 


New York 


1886— 1892 f 


Boston 


1908 — 


Boston 


1857— 1865! 


Boston 


1864— i867f 


Boston 


1865— 


Boston 


1866— 1892* 


Boston 


1870 — 1900* 


Boston 


1871— 


Boston 


1872— 1873* 


Boston 


1872 — 1897* 


Boston 


1 872-1 889— 


Boston 


1874 — 1890! 


Boston ' 


1880— 


Boston 


1880— • 


Boston 


1881— 1898* 


Boston 


1881— 1890! 


Boston 


1881— i888f 


Boston 


1882 — 1900* 


Boston 


1886— 1906* 


Boston 


1904— 


Boston 


1911 — 


Boston 


1911 — 


Boston 


1872— 1886* 


Salem 


1877— i88of 


Boston 


1880—1883! 


Boston 


1880 — 1902* 


Boston 


1884— 


New York 


1885—1887! 


Milton 


1889— 


Boston 


1891 — 1902* 


Boston 


1894— 


New York 


1904— 


Boston 


1904— 1913 


Boston 


1852-1872—1883! 


Boston 


1852-1866— 1875* 


Boston 


1852—1865! 


Boston 


1852—1865! 


Boston 


1852— 1865! 


Boston 


1852-1877— 1888* 


Boston 


1852-1872— 1874* 


Boston 


1852— 1885* 


Boston 


1852— 1858! 


Boston 


1852— 1880* 


Boston 


1852— 1865! 



Somerset Club 



53 



Lyman, William P. 
Lamson, Daniel S. 
Lyman, C. Frederick 
Lowell, James R. 
Lawrence, T. Bigelow 
Lousada, Francis, Marquis de 
Loring, John A. 
Longfellow, Charles A. 
Lawrence, Nesbit 
Lanen, Arthur 
Lovering, Charles T. 
Lovering, F. A. 
Lovering, Joseph S. 
Lathrop, John 
Lawrence, Francis W. 
Little, James L. 
Lodge, Henry Cabot 
Lowell, Augustus 
Lowell, John A. 
Lovering, William C. 
Lyman, George H. 
Lowell, Edward J. 
Lothrop, Thornton K. 
Lombard, George B. 
Lothrop, S. Kirkland, Jr. 
Lawrence, James, Jr. 
Lawrence, William B. 
Lowell, Percival 
Leeds, Herbert C. 
Linzee, John T. 
Lawrence, Abbott, Jr. 
Ludlam, Joseph S. 
Little, Arthur 
Lyman, John P. 
Lawrence, Prescott 
Lowell, Edward J. 
Lyman, William P. 
Lawrence, Amory A. 
Lawrence, William P. 
Lawrence, John 
Lane, Gardiner M. 
Lee, George C. 
Lorillard, Louis L. 
Lewis, George 
Lyman, George H., Jr. 
Loring, William Caleb 
Lawrence, R. Ashton 
Lovering, William M. 



Boston 


1852—1865* 


Groton 


1853— 


Boston 


1856— i865t 


Boston 


1857— i86 5 f 


Boston 


1858— 1865! 


Boston 


1858—1871! 


Boston 


1863— 1898* 


Boston 


1866— 1893* 


Boston 


1866— 1868* 


Boston 


1869—1873! 


Boston 


1870— 


Boston 


1871— 1885* 


Boston 


1871— 1894* 


Boston 


1872—1873! 


Boston 


1872 — 1903* 


Boston 


1872—1884! 


Boston 


1872— 


Boston 


1872— 1875! 


Boston 


1872— 1877! 


Taunton 


1872 — 1910* 


Boston 


1872— 1875! 


Boston 


1872 — 1879! 


Boston 


1873— 1913* 


Boston 


1873 — 191 1* 


Boston 


1874— 1887* 


Boston 


1874— 


Boston 


1875— 1881! 


Boston 


1877— 


Boston 


1879— 


Boston 


1879— 


Boston 


1879— 1882! 


Lowell 


1880— 1897* 


Boston 


1881— 


Boston 


1881— 1884! 


Boston 


1882— 


Boston 


1883— 1887! 


Boston 


1884— 


Boston 


1885— 1912* 


Boston 


1885— 1898* 


Boston 


1 886-1 894— 


Boston 


1886— 


Boston 


1887— 1889! 


Newport 


1888— 1910* 


Boston 


1888— 


Boston 


1888— 


Boston 


1888— 


Boston 


1888— 1905* 


Taunton 


1889— 



54 



Somerset Club 



Lawrence, Robert M. 
Lamb, Horatio A. 
Longfellow, A. Wadsworth, Jr. 
Little, Philip 
Leighton, George B. 
Longfellow, Richard K. 
Lincoln, Solomon 
Lockwood, Thomas S. 
Longworth, Nicholas 
Lodge, George C. 
Lyman, C. Fred 
Lawrence, James, Jr. 
Lawrence, Richard 
Lovering, Charles T., Jr. 
Lavalle, John W. 
Lodge, John E. 
Lyman, Theodore 
Lee, George C, Jr. 
Lyman, Herbert 
Lyman, Henry 
LaFarge, C. Grant 
Lambert, William T. 

LORING, LlNDSLEY 

Lovering, Edward 
Lyman, Arthur 
Lockwood, H. DeForest 
Lovering, Joseph S. 
Leland, Lester 
Lawrence, John S. 
Lovering, Richard S. 
Lowell, Guy 
Lyman, Ronald T. 

Mason, Robert M. 
Mifflin, Charles 
Mills, Charles H. 
Mills, James K. 
Minot, George R. 
Moring, Charles H. F. 
Morse, Benjamin E. 
Minot, Charles H. 
Miller, Charles E. 
Mudge, Enoch R. 
Motley, Edward 
Murdoch, James 
Mackay, William 
Mason, Amos Lawrence 
Mifflin, Benj. C. 



Boston 


1889— 1896! 


Boston 


1890 — 


Boston 


1891— 


Boston 


1893—1898! 


Boston 


1893— 


Boston 


1895— 


Boston 


1895— 1907* 


Boston 


1896— 


Cincinnati 


1898— 


Boston 


1898 — 1909* 


Boston 


1900 — 


Boston 


1901 — 


Boston 


1902 — 


Boston 


1903-1913— 


Boston 


1903— 


Boston 


1903— 


Boston 


1904— 


Boston 


1904— 


Boston 


1904— 


Boston 


1904— 


New York 


1904— 


Boston 


1905— 


Boston 


1907— 


Taunton 


1907— 


Boston 


1908 — 


Boston 


1909 — 


Boston 


1909— 


Boston 


1909— 


Topsfield 


1910 — 


Boston 


1910 — 


Boston 


1912 — 


Boston 


1913— 


Boston 


1852-1872— 1878* 


Boston 


1852— 1875* 


Boston 


1852—1869! 


Boston 


1852—1865! 


Boston 


1852-1872—1878! 


Boston 


1852—1865! 


Boston 


1852— 1894* 


Boston 


1 852-1 870 — 1900* 


Quincy 


1854-1873* 


Boston 


1855— 1881* 


Boston 


1856—1885! 


Boston 


1856—1883! 


Boston 


1859— 1865! 


Boston 


1 864-1 909 — 


Boston 


1864— 1878! 



Somerset Club 



55 



Milton, William F. 
Marston, Stephen W., Jr. 
Mason, William P., Jr. 
Mulliken, Henry 
Motley, Thomas, Jr. 
Morse, John T., Jr. 
Morse, E. Rollins 
Morse, Charles J. 
Mountford, William 
Mackay, George H. 
McBurney, Henry H. 
McBurney, John W. 
Meyer, George A. 
Minot, Francis 
Morgan, J. Pierpont 
Morse, John T. 
Merriam, Charles 
Merriam, Frank 
Mifflin, George H. 
Mali, H. W. T. 
Mason, Herbert C. 
Morrison, Frank 
Mudge, Henry S. 
Morrill, Charles J. 
Minot, George R., Jr. 
Meredith, J. Morris 
Mixter, George 
Minot, J. Grafton 
Miller, George N., Jr. 
Mason, William, Jr. 
McDowell, Henry B. 
Morse, Samuel T. 
Marquand, John P. 
Milton, Richard S. 
Meyer, George Von L. 
Merrill, T. Wattson 
McKean, Thomas 
Munroe, Henry W. 
Mann, Henry S. 
Mumford, James G. 
Motley, E. Preble 
Morgan, Edwin D. 
Mandell, Henry F. 
Minot, Charles H., Jr. 
McKim, Charles F. 
Maitland, Thomas 
McKean, Henry P. 
McCook, John J. 



Lenox 


1865— i86 5 t 


Boston 


i860— 1899* 


Boston 


1867 — 1 90 1* 


Boston 


1868— 1907* 


Boston 


1870 — 1909* 


Boston 


1871-1878— 


Boston 


1871— 


Boston 


1871 — 1912* 


Boston 


1871— i875f 


Boston 


1872—1875! 


Boston 


1872— 1875* 


Boston 


1872—1876! 


Boston 


1872— 1889* 


Boston 


1872—1880! 


New York 


1872-1887 — 1913* 


Boston 


1872—1905! 


Boston 


1872 — 1906* 


Boston 


1872— 


Boston 


1872 — 1877! 


New York 


1873— 1886! 


Boston 


1874— 1884* 


Boston 


1874 — 1894* 


Boston 


1875— 1908* 


Boston 


1875— 1888! 


Boston 


1876— 1894* 


Boston 


1878— 


Boston 


1878— 1908* 


Boston 


1879— 


New York 


1879— 1873! 


Taunton 


1879 — 1892* 


San Francisco 


1880— 1881! 


Boston 


1880— 1890* 


Boston 


1881— 1892! 


Boston 


1882 — 1904 


Boston 


1882— 


Boston 


1882 — 1902* 


Philadelphia 


1885— 1898* 


Paris 


1885-1901 — 


Boston 


i88q— 


Boston i 886-1 893-1 904 — 19091 


Boston 


1886— 1908* 


New York 


1886— 


Boston 


1886— 1895* 


Boston 


1887— 1887* 


New York 


1887 — 1909! 


New York 


1887— 1889* 


Penllyn 


1890— 


New York 


1894 — 1909! 



56 



Somerset Club 



Morse, J. Torrey 
Morse, Cabot J. 
Morison, George B. 
Merriam, Charles, 2d 
Moseley, Frederick S. 
Motley, Thos., Jr. 
Morgan, J. Hewitt 
Morgan, Richard H. 
Mumford, George S. 
Motley, J. Lothrop 
Motley, Warren 
Motley, Edward 
McKean, Henry P., Jr. 

Norton, Charles E. 
Newton, Ralph W. 
Neal, Theodore A. 
Nevins, Davis, Jr. 

NlCKERSON, SERENO D. 

Nelson, Thomas 
Nickerson, George A. 
Nichols, Lyman 
Norman, George H., Jr. 
Norman, Guy 
Nichols, Henry G. 
Nourse, F. Russell 

Oxnard, George D. 
Otis, Allyne 
Otis, William C. 
Oxnard, Henry P. 
Osborn, J. A. 
Osgood, James R. 
Olney, Richard 
Otis, Harrison Gray 
Otis, William Sigourney 
Otis, Herbert F. 
Oliver, Henry K. 

Paige, James W. 
Parker, J. Mason 
Parrott, William F. 
Perkins, William Powell 
Picard, William 
Prescott, William G. 
Prescott, William H. 
Parkman, George F. 
Parker, Richard T. 



Boston 


1894— 


Boston 


1899— 


Boston 


1S99— 


Weston 


1904— 


Boston 


1904— 


Boston 


1904— 


New York 


1904 — 1909* 


Bourndale 


1905— 


Boston 


1906 — 


Boston 


1909— 


Boston 


1909— 


Boston 


1909— 


Beverly Farms 


1913— 


Boston 


1852— i865f 


Boston 


1856—1865! 


Boston 


1866— 1870! 


Boston 


1866— 1898* 


Boston 


1872— i878f 


(Boston 


1 874-1 897* 


Boston 


1880 — 1901* 


Boston 


1884 — 1907* 


Boston 


1891 — 1908* 


Boston 


1891— 


Boston 


1894 — 1900* 


Dedham 


1906 — 


Boston 


1853— 1887* 


Boston 


1854— i865f 


Boston 


1855-1860—1877! 


Boston 


1855— 1865* 


New York 


1872 — 1874! 


Boston 


1872— i886f 


Boston 


1873— 


Boston 


1885— 


Boston 


1885— 1893* 


Boston 


1886— 


Boston 


1904— 


Boston 


1852— 1868* 


Boston 


1852-1874— 1875* 


Boston 


1852—1865! 


Boston 


1852— 1890! 


Boston 


1852—1865! 


Boston 


1852— 1895* 


Boston 


1852— 1859* 


Boston 


1852— i865f 


Boston 


1853— 1904* 



Somerset Club 



57 



Perkins, Edward N. 
Pratt, George Langdon 
Porter, Peter A. 
Peabody, Francis, Jr. 
Perkins, Charles C. 
Peabody, S. Endicott 
Perkins, Augustus T. 
Perkins, Thomas H. 
Phillips, William 
Prescott, William Amory 
Pratt, Robert M. 
Pratt, William 
Pierson, Charles L. 
Peabody, Joseph 
Prince, Frederic O. 
Perry, Oliver H. 
Parker, Harleston 
Paine, Charles J. 
Parkinson, John 
Paine, Henry W. 
Palfrey, Francis W. 
Paine, Robert Treat, Jr. 
Parker, Charles H. 
Parker, E. Francis 
Payson, Gilbert R. 
Payson, Samuel R. 
Perkins, William E. 
Pickman, William D. 
Pratt, George W. 
Parker, John D., Jr. 
Parkman, Francis 
Putnam, John P. 
Peabody, Oliver W. 
Peabody, George A. 
Pickman, Dudley L. 
Prince, Gordon 
Prentiss, Henry M. 
Prince, Charles Albert 
Palfrey, John C. 
Pierce, C. S. 
Phillips, John C, Jr. 
Peabody, Francis, Jr. 
Parks, Luther 
Peabody, John Endicott 
Perkins, Charles E. 
Parker, James 
Peabody, Endicott 
Parsons, Theophilus 



Boston 




1853- 


i86of 


Boston 


1853 


-1872— 


1872* 


Niagara 




1854- 


1864* 


Boston 


1854 


-1863- 


1910* 


Boston 




1854- 


i86 9 f 


Boston 


1855 


-1869— 


1909* 


Boston 




1855- 


1891* 


Boston 


1856-1 


i8 7 2t 


Boston 




1857- 


i86 5 f 


Boston 




1859- 


i86 3 f 


Boston 




1863- 




Boston 




1864— 


1893* 


Boston 




1865— 




Boston 




1866— 


1905* 


Boston 




1868— 


i8 97 t 


Salem 




1870— 


1878* 


Boston 




1871— 


1888* 


Boston 




1871— 




Boston 




1871— 




Boston 




1872— 


i8 7 8f 


Boston 




1872— 


1889* 


Boston 




1872— 


i8 9 8f 


Boston 




1872— 


1908* 


Boston 


1872 


-1895- 


i8 9 7t 


Boston 




1872— 


1891* 


Boston 




1872— 


i888f 


Boston 




1872— 


i873t 


Boston 




1872— 


1890* 


Boston 




1872— 


1876* 


Boston 




1872— 


i878t 


Boston 




1872— 


i875t 


Boston 




1872— 


i8 7 4t 


Boston 




1873- 


1896* 


Boston 




1873- 


1897* 


Boston 




1873— 




Boston 




1873- 


1902* 


Bangor 




1874— 


i877t 


Boston 




1874- 


i8 94 t 


Boston 




1874— 


i88 7 t 


Boston 




1875— 


i88 7 f 


Boston 




1877— 


1885* 


Boston 


1878 


-1885— 




Boston 




1879— 


i88 5 t 


Boston 


1879-1891— 




Boston 




1880— 


1907* 


Boston 




1880— 




Boston 




1880— 


i88 4 t 


Boston 




1882- 





58 



Somerset Club 



Prince, Frederick H. 
Prince, Morton 
Perkins, George H. 
Peabody, J. C. R. 
Perkins, Hamilton 
Peabody, George L. 
Peters, George Gorham 
Peters, Edward G. 
Parker, Louis Herbert 
Peters, William Y. 
Porter, Charles B. 
Parker, Frederic 
Parker, Richard Fay 
Perkins, Charles Bruen 
Parker, Francis S. 
Perkins, Robert F. 
Patten, William S. 
Perry, Gardner 
Parker, Samuel D. 
Peabody, W. Rodman 
Parker, Augustin H. 
Parker, Charles T. 
Perkins, Thomas N. 
Parker, Arthur H. 
Peabody, Francis W. 
Peabody, Harold 
Parkinson, John, Jr. 
Parker, J. Harleston 
Peters, Andrew J. 
Parker, George S. 
Perrin, Charles L. 
Potter, Austin 
Porter, Charles A. 

Quincy, Samuel M. 
Quintard, E. A. 

Reed, John H. 
Reed, Benjamin T. 
Ritchie, Harrison 
Ritchie, Montgomery 
Rodman, Alfred 
Rogers, William Sanford 
Rollins, Edward W. 
Russell, George R. 
Russell, J. Dutton 
Russell, Nathaniel P. 
Rodman, Samuel W. 



Boston 


1882— 


Boston 


1884— 


Boston 


1886— 1899* 


Boston 


1887— 


Boston 


1888— 


Boston 


1889— 191 1* 


Boston 


1889— 


Boston 


1889—18921 


Boston 


1890 — 1894! 


Boston 


1890 — 


Boston 


1890 — 1906! 


Boston 


1892 — 


Westboro 


1893— 


Boston 


1894— 


Boston 


1894— 


Framingham 


1895- 


Natick 


1898— 


Dedham 


1901 — 


Boston 


1902 — 


Boston 


1902 — 


Needham 


1904— 


Boston 


1904 — 191 2* 


Boston 


1904— 


Bedford 


1904— 


Cambridge 


1905— 


Boston 


1906 — 


Boston 


1906 — 


Boston 


1907— 


Boston 


1908 — 


Boston 


1908 — 


Boston 


1908 — 


Needham 


1909— 


Boston 


1910 — 


Boston 


1860-1872—1875! 


New York 


1873— i8 77 t 


Boston 1852 


-1 865-1 872— i884f 


Boston 


1852—18651 


Boston 


1852-1873— 1894* 


Boston 


1852— 1864* 


Dedham 


1852— 1865* 


Salem 


1852—1865! 


Boston 


1852-1891— 1892* 


Boston 


1852—1865! 


Boston 


1852— 1 861* 


Boston 


1852— 1878* 


Boston 


1853 — 1906* 



Somerset Club 



59 



Rollins, Charles M. 


Boston 




1854—1888* 


Rogers, William C. 


Salem 




i8<6— 1888* 


Russell, Samuel H. 


Boston 


1856-1872—1873! 


Rogers, Jacob C. 


Boston 


1856-1863 — 1900* 


Rice, William B. 


Boston 


1857 


-1872 — 1897! 


Rogers, Richard D. 


Boston 


1857 


-1868— 1892* 


Robeson, William R. 


Boston 


1857 


-1872— i887f 


Reed, T. B. 


Boston 




1858— 


Rives, William C. 


Boston 




i860— i86st 


Russell, Jonathan 


Milton 




i860— 1875* 


Robeson, Andrew 


Boston 




1863— 1874* 


Reed, Alfred A. 


Boston 




1865—1870! 


Russell, Henry S. 


Milton 




1865 — 1905* 


Randall, Charles S. 


New Bedford 




1868— 1904* 


Rogers, Dudley P. 


Salem 




1870 — 1873* 


Robeson, Andrew, Jr. 


Boston 




1870—1880! 


Rodman, Alfred 


Dedham 




1871 — 1910* 


Rogers, Arthur 


Boston 




1871—1875! 


Rand, E. S., Jr. 


Boston 




1872— 1876! 


Revere, John 


Boston 




1872— 1876! 


Rice, Alexander H. 


Boston 




1872— 1887! 


Richards, George H. 


Boston 


1872- 


-1879 — 1906! 


Richardson, George C. 


Boston 




1872— 1875! 


Robbins, Royal E. 


Boston 




1872— 1887! 


Rumrill, James A. 


Springfield 




1872 — 1909* 


Rogers, George W. 


Salem 




1872— 1876! 


Rogers, H. B. 


Boston 




1872— 1877! 


Rotch, Arthur 


Boston 


1872- 


-1881— 1894* 


Rotch, B. S. 


Boston 




1872— 1876! 


Richardson, W. L. 


Boston 




1872— 


Revere, Joseph W. 


Boston 




1873— 1893! 


Reggio, Andre C. 


Boston 


1874- 


-1900 — 


Russell, Robert S. 


Boston 




1874— 1887* 


Richards, G. E. 


Boston 




1874— 1 881! 


Rotch, Morgan 


New Bedford 




1876 — 1910* 


Redfield, J. E. 






1876— 18791 


Rotch, W. J. 


Boston 




1877— 1883! 


Roberts, George F. 


Boston 




1880— 1885* 


Rotch, William 


Boston 




1882— 


Reed, Henry R. 


Boston 




1883 — 1905* 


Ripka, Andrew A. 


Boston 




1883 — 1902* 


Richardson, Maurice H. 


Boston 




1884 — 1 91 2* 


Rotch, A. Lawrence 


Boston 




1886— 1912* 


Read, N. Goodwin 


Boston 




1886— 1910* 


Roosevelt, J. R. 


New York 




1886— 1892! 


Russell, John E. 


Leicester 




1888— 1903* 


Richardson, William K. 


Boston 




1888— 


Rogers, Fairman 


New York 




1889— 1894! 



60 



Somerset Club 



Revere, William B. 
Revere, E. H. R. 
Robbins, Herbert D. 
Richards, Henry N. 
Rantoul, Augustus N. 
Rogers, William B. 
Rumrill, Chester C. 
Rodman, Alfred, Jr. 
Russell, Howland S. 
Rantoul, Neal 
Robb, Nathaniel T. 
Russell, Joseph B. 
Rice, George T. 
Rotch, Arthur G. 
Rantoul, Beverly 
Rantoul, Edward L. 
Richardson, Homer B. 
Rice, Arthur W. 
Rhodes, James F. 
Rogers, Dudley P. 

Sears, David 
Sears, David, Jr. 
Sears, Frederick R. 
Shaw, G. Howland 
Shaw, Robert G., Jr. 
Skinner, Francis 
Snell, George 
Snelling, Samuel G. 
Story, Franklin H., Jr. 
Sigourney, Henry 
Sears, Knyvet W. 
Slade, Daniel D. 
Sprague, Richard T. 
Shaw, Lemuel 
Sturgis, Russell, Jr. 
Sturgis, Henry P. 
Swett, William B. 
Sprague, Charles D. 
Shaw, Quincy A. 
Snelling, Howard 
Sturgis, George R. R. 
Sprague, Francis P. 
Sohier, George B. 
Saltonstall, Leverett 
Saltonstall, Henry 
Sturgis, Henry H. 
Sturgis, John H. 



Canton 




1891— 


Canton 




1892 — 


New York 




1893— 


Boston 




1895— 1912* 


Boston 




1896— 


Boston 




1897— 


Springfield 




1899— 


Dedham 


1901 


-1908 — 


Milton 




1904—1907! 


Boston 




1904— 


New York 




1904 — 191 if 


Boston 




1904— 


Westwood 




1904— 


Boston 


1905 


-1911 — 


Boston 




1906 — 


Boston 




1910 — 


Boston 




1910 — 


Boston 




1911 — 


Boston 




1912 — 


Danvers 




1912 — 


Boston 




1852— 1871* 


Boston 




1852— 1873* 


Boston 




1852 — 1907* 


Boston 




1852— 1867* 


Boston 




1852— 1853* 


Boston 




1852—1865! 


Boston 




1852 — 1893* 


Boston 


1852 


-1862— i886f 


Boston 




1852—1884! 


Boston 




1853— 1873* 


Boston 




1854— 1 891* 


Boston 




1854— i857f 


Boston 




1855—1882! 


Boston 


1856-1 


Boston 




1856—1865! 


Boston 




1856— 1869* 


Boston 


1856-1 


Boston 




1858— 1874! 


Boston 




1858— 1865! 


Boston 




1859 — 1879* 


Boston 




1859— 1865* 


Boston 




i860— 


Boston 




i860— 1877* 


Boston 


1860-I -: 


Boston 




1861— 1894* 


Boston 




1 861— 1874! 


Boston 


1 861 


-1872— 1888* 



Somerset Club 



61 



Shaw, Samuel P. 


Boston 


1862- 


-1869* 


Silsbee, Nathaniel 


Salem 


1863- 


-i87of 


Silsbee, Edward A. 


Salem 


1864- 


-1870! 


Skinner, Francis, Jr. 


Boston 


1864- 


-1905* 


Stevenson, Robert H. 


Boston 


1864- 




Sumner, Francis 


Boston 


1864- 


-i875f 


Spooner, Daniel N. 


Boston 


1865- 


-1869* 


Sayles, Henry 


Boston 


1865- 




Saltonstall, William G. 


Boston 


1865- 


-i87ot 


Stackpole, J. Lewis 


Boston 


1866 — 1904* 


Stackpole, William 


Boston 


1866 IQOI* 


Sargent, Charles S. 


Boston 


1868- 


-i879f 


Shattuck, George B. 


Boston 


I869- 




Scull, Gideon 


Boston 


I87I- 


-1899* 


Stockton, Howard 


Boston 


I87I- 




Sargent, Ignatius, Jr. 


Boston 


I872- 


-i88 3 f 


Sargent, Horace B. 


Boston 


I872- 


-i8 7 8t 


Sargent, Henry W. 


Boston 


I872- 


-i8 7 6f 


Sargent, Horace B., Jr. 


Boston 


I872- 


-i879t 


Sargent, Lucius M. 


Boston 


l872-l88l- 


-1893* 


Sargent, Turner 


Boston 


I872- 


-1877* 


Sargent, Winthrop 


Boston 


I872-1887- 




Sears, Philip H. 


Boston 


l872- 


-1899* 


Seward, Clarence A. 


New York 


I872- 


-1897* 


Shattuck, Frederick C. 


Boston 


I 872-I 907- 




Shattuck, George 0. 


Boston 


I872- 


-i889f 


Shattuck, L. A. 


Boston 


I872- 


-i8 7 6t 


Shimmin, Charles F. 


Boston 


I872- 


-1891* 


Sowdon, A. J. C. 


Boston 


I872- 


-i8 7 6t 


Sprague, William L. 


Boston 


I872- 


-1884* 


Stevens, Benjamin F. 


Boston 


1872- 


-i873t 


Stone, Frederick 


Boston 


I872- 


-i873f 


Storer, W. Brandt 


Boston 


I872- 


-1884* 


Storrow, James J. 


Boston 


1872- 


-1897* 


Sullivan, Richard 


Boston 


I872- 


-i877t 


Sturgis, Charles W. 


Boston 


I872- 


-1877! 


Sutton, Eben 


Boston 


1872- 


-1890* 


Sturgis, James 


Boston 


I872- 


-i875t 


Sears, David 


Boston 


1873- 




Silsbee, William E. 


Boston 


1873- 


-1898! 


Smith, H. St. John 


Portland 


I874-I89I- 


-1896* 


Steedman, A. Charles 


Boston 


I874- 


-i882f 


Shaw, Robert G. 


Boston 


1874- 




Swift, Henry W. 


Boston 1874- 


-I89I-I905- 




Shepley, George F. 


Portland 


• 1875- 


-1878* 


Sigourney, Henry 


Boston 


I876— 1908* 


Sears, Frederick R., Jr. 


Boston 


1876— 


Stackpole, Henry 


Boston 


1877- 





62 



Somerset Club 



Severance, Pierre C. 
Stackpole, Frederick D. 
Shaw, Francis 
Stimson, Frederic J. 
Schlesinger, Barthold 
Sullivan, Henry D. 
Sampson, Charles E. 
Shelton, Philo S. 
Sargent, Francis W. 
Shaw, George R. 
Slade, Denison R. 
Sprague, Charles F. 
Stone, William E. 
Sears, J. Montgomery 
Slater, William A. 
Spaulding, Mahlon D. 
Seabury, Frank 
Sears, Henry F. 
Silsbee, Arthur B. 
Sheafe, William 
Schroeder, Johan B. 
Sparks, William Elliot 
Sears, Richard D. 
Swan, William W. 
Scott, James P. 
Steedman, Charles J. 
Simpkins, John 
Stuart, Charles U. 
Sleeper, J. Henry 
Stratton, Charles E. 
Slater, Horatio N., Jr. 
Sprague, Richard 
Sharp, John C, Jr 
Swift, Frederick 
Salsonstall, Richard M. 
Sharp, Arthur Russell 
Seabury, William H. 
Sears, Herbert M. 
Sears, Philip S. 
Sturgis, Roger F. 
Skinner, Francis, Jr. 
Simpkins, Nathaniel S. 
Simpkins, Charles R. 
Simes, Robert Field 
Scott, Edgar T. 
Stone, Frederick M. 
Shaw, John Oakes, Jr. 
Stockton, Lawrence M. 



Boston 


1878 — i888t 


Boston 


1878—1884! 


Boston 


1880— 


Dedham 


1880— 


Boston 


1880 — 1900* 


Boston 


1881— 1889* 


Boston 


1881— 


Boston 


1881— 1890* 


Boston 


1882— 


Boston 


1882— 


Boston 


1882— i88st 


Boston 


1882 — 1902* 


Boston 


1883— 


Boston 


1883 — 1905* 


Washington 


1883-1905— 


Boston 


1883— 1888* 


Boston 


1883— 


Boston 


1883- 


Boston 


1883— 


Boston 


1884— 


Boston 


1884— i89if 


Taunton 


1884— 1886* 


Boston 


1884— 


Boston 


1885—1903! 


Philadelphia 


1885—1901! 


Laramie City 


1885— i888f 


Yarmouthport 


1885— 1898* 


Boston 


1886—1906! 


Boston 


1886— 1 891* 


Boston 


1886— 


Webster 


1886— 1899* 


Boston 


1886— 1892* 


Taunton 


1887 — 1907! 


New Bedford 


1887—1896! 


Boston 


1887— 


Taunton 


1 888-1 899— 


Boston 


1888— 


Boston 


1889— 


Boston 


1889— 


Boston 


1 892-1 899 — 


Boston 


1892 — 


Yarmouthport 


1892 — 


Yarmouthport 


1892 — 


Boston 


1893 — 1901* 


Philadelphia 


1894— 


Boston 


1895— 


Boston 


1896 — 1908! 


Boston 


1896— 



Somerset Club 



63 



Scull, Max Leopold 
Shaw, Quincy A., Jr. 
Spaulding, William S. 
Sanger, George P. 
Shaw, Henry R. 
Saltonstall, Philip L. 
Shepley, George F. 
Storer, John H. 
Scull, Guy H. 
Sturgis, Charles R. 
Shaw, Robert G., 2d 
Spaulding, John T. 
Stellwag, Gustav 
Shaw, Robert G., Jr. 
Stackpole, J. Lewis, Jr. 
Sturgis, R. Clipston 
Stevenson, Thomas G. 
Stevenson, Robert H., Jr. 
Shaw, Hollis H. 
Sargent, Charles S., Jr. 
Sargent, Andrew R. 
Sprague, Seth 
Saltonstall, Robert 
Stockton, Philip 
Sears, J. Montgomery, Jr. 
Scott, Hugh D. 
Soutter, James T. 
Stackpole, William 
Sargent, Francis W., Jr. 
Shaw, Theodore L. 
Snelling, Rodman Paul 
Saltonstall, Endicott P. 
Sigourney, Henry L. 
Sears, Frederick R., Jr. 
Sleeper, Jacob 
Shaw, Quincy A., 2d 
Shaw, Louis A. 
Stillman, Carl S. 
Saltonstall, John L. 
Shaw, Samuel P. 
Shaw, Samuel P., Jr. 
Stockton, Howard, Jr. 

Tappan, Sewell 
Thaxter, Adam W. 
Thayer, John E. 
Thayer, Nathaniel 
Tucker, Alanson, Jr. 



Boston 


1896— 


Boston 


1896— 


Boston 


1897— 


Boston 


1898 — 1902! 


Boston 


1898 — 1904* 


Boston 


1898— 


Boston 


1898 — 1903* 


Boston 


1899-1909 — 


Boston 


1899— 


Boston 


1899 — 1909* 


Boston 


1899— 


Boston 


1900 — 


Paris 


1900 — 


Boston 


1900 — 


Boston 


1901 — 


Boston 


1901 — 


Boston 


1901 — 


Boston 


1901 — 


Boston 


1902 — ioo6f 


Boston 


1904— 


Boston 


1904— 


New York 


1904— 


Milton 


1904— 


Boston 


1904— 


Boston 


1904 — 1908* 


Wellesley 


1904— 


Boston 


1904 — 1908* 


Boston 


1904 — igo8t 


Boston 


1907— 


Boston 


1907— 


Needham 


1908 — 


Boston 


1908 — 


Boston 


1909 — 


Boston 


1909— 


Boston 


1909 — 


Boston 


1910 — 


Boston 


1910 — 


South Natick 


1910— 


Boston 


1910 — 


Boston 


1912 — 


Boston 


1912 — 


Boston 


y I9I 2 — 


Boston 


I852-1872 — 1879* 


Boston 


1852— 1865* 


Lancaster 


1852— 1857* 


Lancaster 


I852— 1883* 


Boston 


I852— 1 88l* 



64 



Somerset Club 



Tucker, William W. Boston 

Tudor, Frederick Boston 

Tappan, Lewis W. Boston 

Train, Enoch Boston 

Timmins, George H. Boston 

Thorndike, Charles Boston 

Tuckerman, Newcomb C. Boston 

Tilden, Charles L. Boston 

Thompson, John Dixwell Boston 

Turnbull, Charles N. Boston 

Thayer, S. V. R. Boston 

Tappan, William R. Boston 

Tyson, George Boston 

Tucker, Richard D. Salem 

Thornton, Walter S. New Bedford 

Tredick, T. S. Portsmouth 

Tudor, William Boston 

Tucker, Alanson, 2d Boston 

Thayer, Nathaniel, Jr. Lancaster 

Tucker, Lawrence Boston 

Tuckerman, Lucius Boston 

Townsend, Henry E. Boston 

Turner, N. Dana Boston 

Twombly, H. McK^ Boston 

Tuckerman, Leverett S. Boston 

Tyler, Sidney F. Philadelphia 

Thayer, E. V. R. Lancaster 

Tilden, George H. Boston 

Touzalin, A. E. Milton 
Teschemacher, Herbert E. Boston 
Thorndike, George Quincy Boston 

Thorndike, John L. Boston 

Thayer, Bayard Lancaster 

Tweed, Charles H. New York 

Tuckerman, Charles S. Boston 

Thayer, John E. Lancaster 

Thacher, Thomas C. Boston 

Tower, Richard G. Lexington 

Thomas, Washington B. Boston 

Trask, William Ropes Boston 

Thorndike, Harry H. Boston 

Thorndike, Augustus Boston 

Thayer, Frederick W. Boston 

Taylor, Frederick S. Boston 

Tooker, John S. England 

Thorndike, Paul Boston 

Thacher, Louis B. Boston 

Thayer, E. V. R., Jr. Lancaster 



1852-1862— 1885* 
1852— 1865* 
1853— i874t 
1853— 1865! 
1854— i873f 
1858— 1910* 
1858— 1860* 
1859—1865! 
1863— 1875* 
1868—1875! 
1870— 1871* 
1870— 1873* 
1870— 1 88 1* 
1871 — 1899* 
1871 — 1905* 
1871—1872! 
1872—1875! 
1872 — 1909* 
1872 — 191 1* 
1872 — 1912* 
1872— 1876! 
1873— 1876! 
1874— 1893* 
1875 — 1910* 
1875— 
1879— 1885! 
1880 — 1907* 
1880— 1882! 
1882— 1889* 
1882 — 1907* 
1883— 1886* 
1883— 
1883 — 
1885 — 

1885-1889 — 1904* 

1885 — 

1886 — 

1887 — 
1889— 
1894— 
1894— 

1 895-1910 — 

1896 — 1913* 
1896— 
1900 — 
1902 — 
1904— 
1904— 



Somerset Club 



65 









Thomas, Rufus K. 
Thorndike, Lothrop 
Thorndike, Richard K. 
Thorndike, John R. 
Tyson, George 
Turnbull, Charles D. 
Thayer, John E., Jr. 
Thayer, Ezra R. 

Upham, George P. 
Upton, George B., Jr. 
Upham, J. Baxter 
Upham, Henry 
Upham, George P., Jr. 
Updike, D. Berkeley 

Van Brunt, Dudley B. 
Van Brunt, Charles 
Van Alen, J. H. 

Wainwright, Peter 
Ward, Samuel G. 
Ward, George C. 
Ward, H. Artemus 
Warren, Charles H. 
„Welch, Francis 
Wells, Benjamin S. 
Wharton, William Craig 
Wheelwright, Andrew C. 
Whitney, Henry A. 
Whitney, Israel 
Whitwell, Frederick A. 
Whitwell, Samuel 
Whitwell, S. Horatio 
Whitwell, Henry 
Winthrop, Robert C, Jr. 
Wolcott, J. Huntington 
Webster, Sidney 
Whitney, William M. 
Wright, John H. 
Wright, Eben 
Wheatland, George, Jr. 
Whipple, Jeremiah 
Winchester, Thomas B. 
Winsor, Henry, Jr. 
Wright, George W. 
Weld, B. Rodman 
Welles, George D. 



Boston 




1905— 


Boston 




1906 — 191 1* 


Boston 




1907— 


Boston 




1908 — 


Boston 




1908— 


Boston 




1908 — 


Lancaster 




1911 — 


Boston 




1912 — 


Boston 




1852 — 1901* 


Boston 


1 856-1 872 — 1904* 


Boston 




1872 — 1890! 


Boston 




1880— 1882* 


Boston 




1882— 1 891* 


Boston 




1898— 


Boston 




1872— i8 7 7f 


Boston 




1880— 1899* 


New York 




1882— 1886* 


Boston 




1852— i86st 


Boston 


1852 


-1861—1865! 


Boston 




1852—1865! 


Boston 




1852—1870! 


Boston 


1852 


-1870— i873t 


Boston 




1852— i86sf 


Boston 




1852— 1865! 


Boston 




1852— 1881! 


Boston 


1852 


-1894 — 1908* 


Boston 




1852— 1889* 


Boston 




1852— i86st 


Boston 


1852 


-1881— 1912* 


Boston 




1852— i865t 


Boston 




1852 — 1904* 


Boston 




1854— 1887* 


Boston 




1855— 1905* 


Boston 




1856—1865! 


New York 




1858— 1870! 


Beverly- 




1859—1879! 


Boston 




1861— 1879* 


Boston 


1862 


-1865— 1881* 


Boston 




1864— 


Boston 




1864—1872! 


Boston 1864 


-1883 


-1902 — 1904* 


Boston 


1865 


-1882— 1894* 


Boston 




1865—1870! 


Boston 




1865 — 1909* 


Boston 




1866— 1874! 



66 



Somerset Club 



Weld, S. Minot, Jr. 
Wills, R. A. 
Weld, George W. 
Whitney, Stanton 
Warren, J. Collins 
Whittier, Charles A. 
Whitney, Charles 
Walker, Charles H. 
Winthrop, Robert C. 
Wales, George W. 
Welch, Charles A. 
^yVeld, Francis M. 
White, James C. 
Whitmore, Charles J. 
Whitney, Israel G. 
Wilkinson, E. T. 
Williams, H. W. 
Wadsworth, W. Austin 
Walley, William P. 
Wetmore, George Peabody 
Williams, Henry B. 
Wolcott, Roger 
Whitney, George 
Whitney, Frederick 
Winthrop, John 
worthington, john h. 
Wadsworth, Herbert 
Wolff, Guido 
Weston, Henry C. 
West, George W. 
Washburn, John D. 
Wright, Charles F. 
Wright, John R. 
Wainwright, Henry 
Warren, Samuel D., Jr. 
Warren, George H. 
Weld, William F., Jr. 
Wolff, Carl 
Wendell, Barrett 
Weld, C. Minot 
Wheelock, Thomas R. 
Wister, Owen 
Webb, W. Seward 
Williams, Harold 
Whitman, Henry 
Wheatland, Philip D. 
Whitney, Frank 
Whitney, Ellerton P. 



Dedham 


1 866-1 879— 


Newburyport 


1867— 


Boston 


1868— 1904* 


Boston 


1 868-1 880— 1880* 


Boston 


1869— 


Boston 


1870— 1908* 


Boston 


1871— 1893* 


Boston 


1871— i873t 


Boston 


1872— i885f 


Boston 


1872— 1896* 


Waltham 


1872— i882f 


Boston 


1872— 1882* 


Boston 


1872— 


Boston 


1872 — 1903* 


Boston 


1872—18781 


Boston 


1872 — 1873* 


Boston 


1872 — 1894! 


Boston 


1872— 


Boston 


1872— 1 891* 


Boston 


1872— 


Boston 


1872— i878f 


Boston 


1872 — 1900* 


Boston 


1872 — 1901* 


Boston 


1872— 


S toe kb ridge 


1872— 1895* 


Boston 


1873— i88 5 f 


Boston 


1873— 19091 


Boston 


1874—1878! 


Boston 


1874— 1904* 


Boston 


1 874-1 897* 


Boston 


1875— i8 77 t 


Boston 


1876 — 1909* 


Boston 


1877— 1 88 1* 


Readville 


1877— 1903* 


Boston 


1879 — 1910* 


Boston 


1880-1902 — 1912* 


Boston 


1880— 1893* 


Boston 


1881— 1896* 


Boston 


1882— 


Boston 


1883- 


Boston 


1883— 


Philadelphia 


1884 — i88st 


New York 


1884— 


Boston 


1884— 


Boston 


1884 — 1901* 


Boston 


1886— 1891! 


Boston 


1886— 


Milton 


1886— 



Somerset Club 



67 



^w 



Williams, Otho H., Jr. 
Whitney, Edward F. 
Wainwright, Arthur 
Whitney, David R. 
Whistler, Joseph S. 
Warren, Frederick, Jr. 
Wright, William J. 

WlNTHROP, GRENVILLE L. 

Wheelwright, John T. 
Wheelwright, Arthur W. 
Wright, Eben 
Whitney, Hugh 
Whitwell, Frederick S. 
Wright, John H. 
White, Charles G. 
Waterbury, John I. 
inthrop, R. Mason 
Wheatland, George, Jr. 
Warren, John 
Weld, Alfred R. 
Weld, Edward M. 
Wheelwright, Edmund M. 
White, Stanford 
Weld, Richard H., Jr. 
Whitney, William C. 
Wells, Frank 
Williams, Harold, Jr. 
Warren, Joseph 
Weld, A. Winsor 
Whitney, C. H. 
Wainwright, Robert 
Weld, Bernard C. 
White, Charles J. 
Winthrop, R. Dudley 
Winthrop, Frederick 
Williams, Hugh 
Williams, Moses, Jr. 
Winsor, Robert 
Williams, E. Cary 
White, Frank S. 
Whitney, Geoffrey G. 
Wendell, Barrett, Jr. 
Whiteside, Alexander 
Welch, Francis C. 
Wells, George D. 
Williams, Ralph B. 
Weld, Rudolph 
Wharton, William F. 



Baltimore 


1886—1889! 


Boston 


1886— 


Readville 


1887— 


Boston 


1887-1905! 


Baltimore 


1887— I902f 


Boston 


1887— 1901* 


Boston 


1888— 1912* 


New York 


1888— 


Boston 


1889— 


Boston 


I 890-1 902 — 


New York 


1891— 1908* 


Hamilton 


1892— 1907* 


Boston 


1892 — 


Ireland 


1893— 


Boston 


1893— 


New York 


1896— 


Boston 


1896— 


Boston 


1897— 


Boston 


1897— 


New York 


1898— 1902* 


New York 


1898— 


Boston 


1898— 1912* 


New York 


1899— 1904! 


Boston 


1899— 


New York 


1900 — 1904* 


Boston 


1901 — 


Boston 


1901 — 1906! 


Boston 


1902 — 


Boston 


1902 — 


Boston 


1903— 


Concord 


1904— 


Boston 


1904— 


Boston 


1904— 


New York 


1904 — 1912* 


Boston 


1904— 


Boston 


1904 — I9I2f 


Boston 


1904— 


Boston 


1904— 


Boston 


1904— 


Boston 


1905— 


Milton 


1906 — 


Boston 


1906 — 


Boston 


1907— 


Boston 


1907— 


Boston 


1907— 


Boston 


1908 — 


Dedham 


1908 — 


Boston 


1908— 






68 



Somerset Club 



I 



Winslow, Charles G. 
Winslow, George S. 
Wells, Edgar H. 
Whitney, John F. 
Weld, Philip B. 
Warren, Samuel D. 
Wadsworth, Eliot 
Wharton, William P. 
rVELCH, Francis 
Wolcott, William Prescott 
Wolcott, S. Huntington 
Wolcott, Roger 
Welch, Edward S. 
Wendell, William G. 
Welch, Francis ^ y\ 

Young, B. L. 
Young, C. L. 



Boston 


1908 — 


Boston 


1908 — 


Boston 


1908— 


Boston 


1910 — 1912! 


Dedham 


1910 — 


Boston 


1911 — 


Boston 


1911 — 


Boston 


1912 — 


Boston 


1912 — 


Boston 


1912 — 


Boston 


1912 — 


Boston 


1 91 2 — 


Boston 


1913— 


Boston 


1913— 


Dedham 


1913— 


Boston 


1872—1876! 


Boston 


1872— 1901* 



Elected January, igi4 

Adams, John Lincoln 

Motley, Francis P. Boston 







MANSION HOUSE 
ER ECTED BY DA VID SEARS 
TN THE YEAR OWE THOUSAND 
EIGHT HUNDRED & NINETEEN 

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